**If you are feeling strongly drawn to work with me, but find the below pricing to be a barrier, please contact me directly. I am willing to barter for services and products that I need. I also take up to 2 regularly attending clients at a reduced price on my caseload**
Myofascial Release and Childbirth Preparation visits
$150 for 90 minutes which includes evaluation and treatment.
Follow up visits
$100 for 60 minutes
$130 for 90 minutes
Childbirth Preparation Package
$500 for one 90 minute initial visit and 5 follow up 60 minute visits.
Any visits not used before giving birth can be used afterwards for you and/or baby!
Any visits that are cancelled with less than 24 hours notice for a reason other than the direct safety of you or baby will not be able to be rescheduled!
**Any person who sees me for at least 3 childbirth preparation visits receives 30 minute free treatment for baby within 4 months from birth**
Birth Doula Services
$500 birth doula services for clients who have completed at least 3 childbirth preparation sessions with me.
This means that I will be with you whenever you feel that you need me (after your contractions become consistent) and until your baby latches to breast or bottle.
This also includes:
-one meeting prior to birth to talk specifically about your birth plan and your needs during labor and birth
-one postpartum follow up visit (including free 30 minute MFR treatment for baby)
-and unlimited phone/text contact for 2 weeks leading up to "due date" until baby is born and 2 weeks after baby's birth
Additional visits can be added at my regular visit rate.
Infant Myofascial Release
Initial visit $90 for 1 hour
Follow up visits $45 for 30 minutes of treatment
Babies change fast! They don't usually need the same amount of time per treatment as adults. Babies can be treated while sleeping, eating, in caretaker/parent's arms, or happily awake. Sometimes during a treatment we will intersperse hands on treatment with play and comforting. Babies are good at setting the right pace for their treatment, and I think it's vital to respect that!