About Rural Black Doula
Hi, I'm Jazzmine, certified Full Spectrum Doula, Soma Yoga Instructor, and Cultural Archivist
As a doula, scholar and yogi, I focus on providing support through communal care that is evidence-based, culturally centered, and hands-on while listening with compassion and an open heart and treating individuals, families, and communities with dignity and love. The spaces I create center BIPOC bodies and spirits and affirm all bodies, abilities, and healing spectrums. I co-create with you counter-narratives of self to (re)member our forgotten traditions and beliefs that served and centered our community.
Rural Black Doula is about cultivating space for support, dialogue, and movement.
Join these unique spaces to start or continue your journey toward wholeness.
Sweet Milk & Oats
Sweet Milk & Oats aims to create a more culturally responsive workplace for diverse families.
We focus on addressing barriers impacting families' growth and support. Learn about partnerships and the Overnight Oats programs for your organization.
Kindred Soma Yoga
Kindred Soma Yoga centers on BIPOC people and those living with pain. SomaYoga combines traditional yoga, breathwork, therapeutic yoga, neuromuscular re-education, Ayurveda (the sister science to yoga), and personal development/shadow work. Spaces are made for all bodies and practices.
Join the movement 4 the culture!
Rural Black Doula District
Rural Black Doula" is a Black birth scholar and cultural archivist researching Black midwife's reclamation of traditional birth practices. We collaborate with organizations to facilitate spaces that educate on culture, liberatory practices, and Black + Brown spirits to build a safer, culturally conscious, and representative space for birth.