Local Resources

I have found over the last 10 years of being a doula that education and resources is a really important factor in being prepared for birth and postpartum. I want to help in any way I can, so that new or seasoned parents feel ready.


Dr. J.P. Yurgel

Hands of Hope Chiropractic

Dr. Scott and Erica Heppe

Heppe Chiropractic

Breastfeeding / Lactation

The Baby Whisperer

Prenatal Massage

Dana Church

Contact her here

Prenatal Yoga

Postpartum Support

Hope and help for new mothers

Postpartum Support Virginia

Birth Center




Pelvic Floor

Dr. TaLisa Cummings, PT, DPT


Tongue Tie

Drs. Edward and Joey / Fredericksburg Pediatric Dentist


Dr. Rashita Jaju, DDS

Smile Wonders

Online Resources

Bringing home baby or even preparing for labor and delivery is such a big task. The goal is that you can find resources to help assist you. Google seems to give us so many options that it can be a bit overwhelming. So hopefully this can help get you ready! Below I have added some resources to find some good information on a variety of topics.

Whole Food Nutrition / bridging the gap between what we do it and what we should eat. Food is fuel!


Needing a good prenatal, check the link here for  information on some of the better brands:


Both of these links take you to websites that have good information on a multitude of things including: vbacs, labor positions, breech babies, breastfeeding, etc.



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