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Sarah-Grace (she/her/hers) is a birth & postpartum doula, pre/postnatal yoga instructor, breast/chestfeeding counselor, child development nerd and all-around birth fanatic. She believes deeply in the strength & wisdom of every birthing person to have the birth of their dreams.

The medical model puts doctors and nurses in charge, disempowers new families, and places an inherent mistrust in the body’s ability to birth. And while she is a firm believer in science and its life-saving technology, Sarah-Grace hopes to incorporate the emotional, spiritual, and otherwise transformative aspects of birth when working with families.

Sarah-Grace works with clients to instill the belief that you and your body know exactly what to do. When it comes to your birth, you are the smartest person in the room and should be treated as such. She supports all reproductive choices, and will never impose an agenda on your birth. Whether you’ve chosen hospital, birth center or home birth — you deserve to feel supported, powerful and loved during this incredible rite of passage.

Sarah-Grace has experience supporting births in all major NYC hospitals, birth centers and at home, with both doctors & midwives. She starts working towards her degree in Nurse-Midwifery this summer.


"Working with a doula was our best decision after deciding to have a baby. I knew even before getting pregnant that I wanted to work with a doula, but I could never have imagined just how beneficial and impactful it would be. From our very first meeting with our doula team, we felt supported and heard. We regularly reached out to them with questions and they had so many resources to make an overwhelming process feel doable and exciting. The amount of knowledge and empathy they possess is astounding. And once birth got started they were even more clutch. It was impossible for my husband and me to remember and act on everything we had learned once we were in the thick of it. Our doula guided us through everything from deciding when to go to the hospital, to finding comfortable(ish) positions through each phase of labor, to navigating conversations with the care team. To be so supported by someone you trust through such a vulnerable process is priceless. This is what health care should always look like." 


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