Photo:  Kava Gorna


Thursday, March 21st, 2024 1-2PM EST

In this virtual series, we will move through 6-week cycles and hold space for all aspects of pregnancy!  We will cover pregnancy and all of the major changes and feelings that may come up. We may also cover building your support team, preparing for postpartum, and the importance of building community. This series is here to support you while you navigate pregnancy into parenthood.

Facilitated by experienced doula and mother of two, Domino Kirke-Badgley

Topic may include but aren’t limited to:

+Stages of Pregnancy 

+Stages of Labor

+Signs of Labor

+Your Care Team 

+Relationship Dynamics 

+Infant Feeding 

+Your pelvic floor 


+Community Support 

This group is for all expectant people. We welcome you to enrolled at any time but please note that the series pricing is set for all six weeks. We do not prorate the fee if you join after the first session on March 21st.

Thursday, March 21st, 2024 1-2PM EST
Thursday, March 28th, 2024 1-2PM EST
Thursday, April 4th, 2024 1-2PM EST
Thursday, April 11th, 2024 1-2PM EST
Thursday, April 18th, 2024 1-2PM EST
Thursday, April 25th, 2024 1-2PM EST
Domino Kirke-Badgley

Domino Kirke-Badgley is the co-founder of Carriage House Birth, founder of The Doula’s Doula, a seasoned full spectrum doula, and childbirth educator. Domino is a trained musician, but after the birth of her first child, she decided that performing had to take a back seat. She's the mother of two children, 13 years apart, and the godmother to many! Domino is also the co-founder of Grand Street Healing Project, a community run Healing Arts space located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Domino resides in both NYC and New Paltz with her husband, two children and two dogs. When she’s not teaching, or supporting families; you can find her learning how to cook, growing food or writing songs.


"I really love having a weekly touch base - it makes me feel like I am part of a community and not alone on what can otherwise be a pretty lonely journey. I am also learning a ton, which makes me feel a little bit more prepared/capable for labor/birth." - Elana