Full-Spectrum Well-Woman Care for Preconception, Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Therapeutic Massage in O’ahu, Hawai’i and beyond.
Aloha Darling! I’m Melissa Danielle. I support families as a full spectrum doula, women’s and maternal health coach, and massage therapist in O’ahu, Hawaii during preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum.
I received my training from Institute for Integrative Nutrition, CAPPA, Bebo Mia, Ecstatic Birth, Nneka Hall, Kapi’olani Community College and pursue ongoing continuing education in women’s and maternal health, therapeutic massage, and doula support.
Full-spectrum doulas are trained to support those trying to conceive and expecting at every stage, as well as abortion, pregnancy loss, surrogacy, adoption, and assisted reproductive technologies.
If you let it, birth can be both powerful and pleasurable. As your holistic birth partner, I guide you and your family through holistic planning and preparation from menstrual cycle awareness through postpartum, with a special focus on self-care, intimacy, finances, and household management.
Specialized support is available for those trying to conceive with PCOS, first-time moms over 35, and birthing in bigger bodies. Online health, fitness, and wellness programs are also available.
I currently support home and hospital births (Castle only) on the Windward side of O’ahu. Virtual sessions are also available.
Your full-spectrum doula package includes massage, health coaching, pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum preparation, as well as on-call labor and postpartum support starting at $2,500 for 10 months of support. Short-term options and payment plans are available.
Childbirth education is a requirement to work with me. I recommend Pain to Power, Birthing Better, Empowered Birth, or The Nuture Book Course for online options and Maluhia Mama for in-person support on O’ahu.
To get started, give me a call at 347-927-2855 to arrange a consultation and see if we’re a good fit. While I look forward to supporting you and your family on your pregnancy jouney, I highly recommend you meet with at least two other doulas before making your decision.