Services We Offer
What We Do
End-of-Life Anxiety Support
Is there a project that you want to complete that will help your loved ones remember you in a specific way?
Let us help you plan how you'd like your funeral or memorial to go. If you want to be an active participant, ask about pre-mortem memorials.
One of the simplest and most effective services a doula can provide is simply be present with you and do (or not do) whatever you prefer.
A doula can hold space for you and your loved ones during your final moments.
Caregivers need relief also. We can help your loved ones rest and recharges.
Advanced Directive Planning
Also known as a living will, a doula can help you get an advanced directive in place for you.
Sound Healing is the intentional use of sound as a catalyst for healing in the physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual aspects of our being. Sound is a powerful tool, because it is vibrational in nature, and we are vibrational beings.
Reiki is a form of energy healing. Though practitioners typically use a hands-on healing approach to transfer energy to the patient in order to encourage emotional or physical healing, Reiki is equally effective remotely.
Let us know if you need training on the technology that makes virtual death doula support possible.
We're working with our partners and individual donators to make sure people that need a tablet or smartphone can get one. Contact us if you would like help with this.
Sometimes those close to the dying need additional support through the process.
Death Doula Workshops
We can teach you a variety of techniques so that you can better support your loved one.
Altar/Sacred Space Construction
We can help you create the physical container to optimize the environment for your desired emotional or spiritual state.
A doula can assist in the transition of four-legged family members too.
Hearing is our most powerful and resilient sense. Music therapy provides another modality with which communicate with our loved ones, helping to soothe and calm when words are not enough.
Coming to acceptance can be challenging for both the dying and their loved ones. We can help you work through your relationship with mortality.