Healing Birth

Love is revolutionary. Being a mom is revolutionary. Creating, birthing a Black family is revolutionary.

I approach birth work as social justice work, using Afro Indigenous modalities to help heal and support birthing persons and families prenatally and postpartum. Birth work is a skill passed down for generations in my family and through my ancestors. I aid mom/birthing person in finding their strength, confidence, and in releasing fear and trauma that they may have about birth. Birth should be an empowering and loving experience for everyone.

The Bronx needs doulas, and I cannot wait to help support moms/birthing persons in the way they deserve regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, and citizenship status.

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If Liner was not in the room my aunt and I would not have known what to do. If I was alone I feel like I would not have made it. From translating to birthing positions and teaching me how to be a mom for the first time, Liner was extremely supportive. Helping me cope emotionally as my immediate family was not present meant so much, she never left me alone. There are not enough words for the gratitude I feel for Liner. Her presence before, during, and after the birth has made all the difference. Everyone needs a  doula like Liner.”

Sabrina

“Liner connection to spirit is amazing. I had many questions in my heart and they were addressed from the get go. Liner is such a nice person and walked me through everything(this was my first reading ever).I felt very comfortable the entire time. Overall my reading was incredibly healing and exceeded my expectations. I couldn’t recommend Liner more.”

Gabriela