ayurveda honors This sacred post-birth window through deep & beautiful traditions that support, nourish & nurture mother & newborn during the 42 days after birth

welcome to

ayurvedic postpartum care

mama & baby’s sacred start to life

. + . choose your path . + .



Meet the AyurDoula

Sarva (( Sarah Blackwell )) // Natural Therapeutic Specialist, Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula, Licensed Massage Therapist, Infant Massage Instructor, Plant Medicine Woman, Gem & Flower Essence Practitioner, Gaudiya Vaishnava Initiate, Mama


Sarva-mangala Devi Dasi // Sarah Blackwell

Call me Sarva.

My heart & soul’s work here on Earth is providing natural & holistic care to the women, the mamas, the babies.

From the time I started working, I was always caring for children. I spent 10 years as a daycare worker, a preschool teacher & a nanny before finding my way to the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics in 2012. I was looking for a natural solution to my own health problems & I wanted to take that solution and help others.

There I was trained in massage therapy, polarity therapy, nature cure, herbal medicine, living foods nutrition, flower essences & so much more. I was shown how to live in this world & care for my body, my mind, my emotions & my spirit in a way that finally made sense.

After graduating I knew I wanted to deepen my skills in medicine making & I wanted to take all this beautiful, holistic health knowledge and specialize it toward caring for women and babies.

From 2013-2014 I did a one-to-one apprenticeship with herbalist Sophia Rose of La Abeja Herbs where I learned the art of medicine making.

In 2015 I found my way to Sacred Window School for Maternal & Newborn Care (now in its current incarnation it is called the Center For Sacred Window Studies) where I learned Ayurvedic massage as well as all the depth & beauty of caring for women & newborns during the first 42 days after birth in the tradition of Ayurveda — through massage, diet & herbs, belly wrapping, bathing & so much more!

It is my heart’s joy to get to share this all with you now.