ABOUT MONICA KADASH, CD(DONA)
HELLO! Are you excited because you just found out you’re pregnant? Or are you well into your pregnancy and wondering how you’re going to get this baby out? Whether you’re mostly excited – or mostly terrified – or both; you may also have a sense that with the addition of continuous, loving support your experience will be gratifying, easeful, beautiful and even ecstatic because you’re assured to have protection, advocacy and are accompanied by someone (me) who will bring out the best in you! I consider myself very fortunate to be part of your most important day, because I get to contribute to your joy! My role in your birthing experience is sacred to me and I take the utmost care in giving each of you my very best, authentic care and attention.
I am glad you’re reading this, because it means you feel deeply about how you birth your baby. It indicates your desire to be in a loving, protected and genuine environment while you give birth. It shows your willingness to advocate for yourself and your baby. It reflects your aspiration in asking for help in creating the birth you desire. I’m here to make all this possible by teaching you how to navigate emotions like fear and trepidation and to maximize and harness your natural strengths: joy and excitement. By showing you what to avoid and what to go for! By giving you tools on how to make your mind your friend, and most certainly by making you as comfortable, safe, encouraged, empowered and confident as possible. [Read more]
PRENATAL YOGAGroup classes:
Tuesday at Ananda Wellness and Yoga, Southampton, 4:00pm to 5:00pm.
Available at Monica’s studio or in the comfort of your own home.
You embarking on a wonderful journey and I’d like to help navigate the pre-birth period. Let me put your mind at ease so you can give birth full of confidence, feeling strong, empowered and ready to have the time of your life. Join me in my individual or group sessions where you can share your excitement, hopes […]
LABOR & BIRTH
During labor, many women find it comforting and rewarding to have the support provided by a trained and experienced Doula.
The postpartum doula is here to take care of the mother’s needs so she is free to spend precious time with her baby. I am the extra set of hands to help around the house…and maybe an extra set of ears to share your thoughts with. I offer my knowledge about breast feeding and ease postpartum depression.