Haseya is a Diné word meaning she rises, or to rise up. A call on the sacred feminine to rise together....

Supporting Women and Families through Pregnancy and Postpartum

20% of each Haseya Mama apparel purchase will contribute to the Haseya Mama Fund to aid in providing Doula Support and/or Prenatal Yoga for mamas in financial need.


The word Doula means "a woman who serves". Throughout history, women have been giving birth with the support of other experienced women. Which is exactly what a Doula is. The distinction between a Doula and a clinical birth professional is simple: midwives and OB-GYNs provide intermittent medical care before, during, and immediately after delivery, while Doulas exist as a constant support system for the pregnant parent they are serving. A Doula's focus is on prenatal, labor, loss and the postpartum experience.  We are trained to provide emotional, physical, and educational support to families during the perinatal process. 

My Services

How I Assist

Hand on Bump

Birthing Guidance

Get extra personal support throughout the entirety of your birthing journey. As a Doula, I promise to offer unwavering support to you and your family before, during, and after birth. I will stay in close contact in order to routinely check how you’re doing and offer anything needed.

Mother and Baby

Prenatal Visits

After beginning our relationship with a meet and greet, I am committed to your health and the wellbeing of your growing family, available whenever needed throughout your entire pregnancy as well as after giving birth. I will be there to provide you with continuous emotional and physical support, and answer any and all questions you may have.

Expectant Couple

Postpartum Support

From our initial meeting all the way through your pregnancy and birth, I take the time to get to know you, your concerns and your needs. I’m always available to contact by phone/email throughout and will provide everything you require to make sure your experience is as calm and positive as possible.

“Mindfulness doesn’t give you the birth experience you want—it gives you a way to fall in love with the birth experience you get.”

Judy Cuneo, MD, a mom of four and OB/GYN

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