Maya Bee's Birthing Services
Birth & Postpartum Doula
What is A Doula
Why Are They Important?
A Doula is a non-medical support person that cares for women and their families during pregnancy, birth, and after birth. Doulas offer emotional, physical, and informational support.
As a Birth Doula, I provide care, evidence-based information, and techniques prenatally and during labor. Together, we will create a Birth & Postpartum plan to adequately prepare for the birth and after.
As a Postpartum Doula, we will provide you with evidence-based information following our postpartum plan tailored to your specific needs. Postpartum Doulas offer support to new mothers as well as other family members.
Child Birth Education
As a Child Birth educator, we will work on your confidence in your body's ability to give birth, you will be able to discuss and and confront your fears about your pregnancy, upcoming labor, and postpartum period.
Here you will find a listing of all other birth related services we offer to complete your birth and postpartum experience.
Here you will find all of the same great services combined for hassle free support for the entire family. Relax and settle in to the birth and after knowing you have created a strong support team .
I take a holistic approach to pregnancy, birth, and postpartum time as a Doula using various techniques like AromaTouch and traditional Moroccan Postpartum practices. I believe in supporting not only new mothers but also those that will care for her at home, and those she will be caring for as well. In regards to the new mother "We must:
I am a mother, military spouse, and a graduate of California State University, Fresno. with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology. My focus is on Perinatal Health and Wellness. My love for women's health lead me on a path to become a Doula.
Understanding My Talents
Each strength signifies how I pursue community endeavors here in Fresno as well as furthering my education.
A woman in labor needs you when she needs you
A Doula's Job Never Stops.
Even During a Pandemic
We acknowledge the need of perinatal support especially in times like these. Our business remains open to serve families in need. However, we have taken precautions to ensure the safety of our staff and familes
Added Safety Precautions
Virtual services now in place
All consultations will be covered via Zoom + Facetime
Limited in-person services available (case by case basis)
Masks must be worn at all times (this is non-negotiable)