who we are
Supporting families as they navigate pregnancy, birth preparation, and the postpartum period is critical to their ability to thrive, and the heart of what we do at mamakind. By providing informed, compassionate, personalized doula care we are not only committed to investing in mothers, but in the intrinsically connected wellness of their babies, families, and communities .
flexible, affordable, mama-centred care options for the first postpartum year
Hello! I’m glad you’re here.
As a certified postpartum doula, I serve Toronto families from pregnancy through the postpartum period. I work with you—your family, your primary care, your vision for parenting—to ensure you feel supported, informed, and confident in your innate abilities.
what we do
Our goal is to encourage, inspire and empower mothers and their families as they navigate their transition to parenthood. Through our mama-focused care we offer practical assistance, educational guidance, mental and emotional support, and access to a wealth of resources—both in-person and virtually. All of our services are flexible, customizable, and available at an hourly rate or as part of a package, making us accessible to a broad range of budgets and need. For those looking for a thoughtful, unique gift for expecting parents, we also offer gift certificates for all of our care programs.
“The long‐term health of infants and children is extensively and intricately tied to the health of their mothers.”
- American College of Nurse-Midwives
why it matters
Research has shown that the long-term health of infants and children is directly related to the health and wellness of their mothers. How well a mother is supported during pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period has a direct impact on her long term physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. The well-supported mother is more likely to feel confident, more likely to ask for help when she needs it, and less likely to develop postpartum depression; currently the most common childbirth complication in Canada. It is critical that families receive support not just during the standard six-week postpartum period, but well beyond; led by the unique needs of each mother and her family.
“Good beginnings make a positive difference in the world, so it is worth our while to provide the best possible care for mothers and babies throughout this extraordinarily influential part of life.”
- Ina May Gaskin