Stephanie Krueger Domingue
Longmont, Colorado
4 years of experience
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About me

A Coloradoan, Born and Raised, and a mother of three. I am deeply passionate about supporting pregnant women to and through their birth experiences. I vow to guide birthing persons through the threshold of transition, create safe space, and honor their intuition. Through selfless service, resources, support, and healing touch we can come back to the ancient way of honoring the bringers of life, as they transform and process the rawness of their birth. Certified holistic doula through The Matrona, with studies from Birth Arts International, and certified Sacred Postpartum Mother Roaster.


Bachelor of Science- Human Development and Family Studies (2013)

Certification and training

Holistic Birth Doula Certification- The Matrona (2021)

Birth Arts International (2021)

200 Registered Yoga Teacher Training - Holistic Yoga School (2016)

Baby and Me Postpartum Yoga teacher training (2018)

Memberships and affiliations

Yoga Alliance

Babywearing Belly Binding Birth Doula Birth Support Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Support Childbirth Education Home Birth Infant Care Labor Doula Natural Birth Natural Childbirth Postpartum Adjustment Postpartum Care Postpartum Chef Postpartum Doula Care Pregnancy Loss Prenatal Yoga Support in Pregnancy Loss Water birth Yoga

English, German

Service introduction

Offering pregnancy and birth through postpartum support with emphasis on mother roasting. Mother Roasting is the practice of keeping a woman warm immediately after birth and in the first few weeks following birth. It rejuvenates the Mother's body, helps her to focus on and connect with her newborn baby and nourishes her back into being. It also seals up emotional, physical and spiritual gateways that have been opened by birth. Traditional Mother Roasting services include healing touch, cooked foods for nourishment, herbal support and other warming practices such as Moxa Treatments, Bekung belly binds, tea ceremonies, herbal baths and more.

Doula For a Day
A 2 hour visit, focused on nurturing your mothering wisdom, allowing rest, healing and bonding with your family, baby care while you nap, support with baby basics of feeding, soothing, sleeping, along with spouse/partner support, sibling adjustment, meal preparation and light household chores, including errands. Includes, herbal support, & two A-La-Carte services of your choice.
USD Flat rate
Home Visit & Closing Ceremony
This 3 hour visit, allows you to ceremonially integrate the experiences of pregnancy, birth and motherhood. Supplies including flowers, nourishing meal, foot baths, warm oils and belly binds, allow you to relax into deeply a nourishing experience. You collaborate with your Mother Roaster to clarify your intentions and determine the unique structure of your ceremony. Your partner, family and/or community are welcome to join and support the closing and unfolding. This service can serve every mother and is ideal for those who wish to ritualize their journey with ceremony.
USD Flat rate
Lean On Me
This is an all inclusive package that includes a week of services, designed to help support right after birth, typically when mama is feeling raw and exposed in her new form. With this package of services Stephanie will come and visit your home every day for a week, each day providing support and care for mom and family as they transition into this new phase of life. She will spend about 2 hours in your home with each visit, performing a different healing service each time. Including herbal supports, teas, warming meals, Herbal Sitz Bath, Moxa applications, Abdominal hot stone application, Healing touch, Belly Binding (includes belly bind fabric), Yoni Steam and more. Often times mothers underestimate the amount of support and care they will need in the weeks following birth, this package is designed to give you as much support as possible catered to your families specific needs.
USD Flat rate
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