Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a death doula?

Doulas assist in a liminal space, a time of threshold and mystery and seek to maintain sacredness.

Also known as death midwives or end of life doulas, the word “doula” comes from the Greek for “female helper.” Not all doulas are female, of course.

A doula is a person trained to provide advice, information, emotional support, and physical
comfort to a person and/or family during the dying process .

Death doulas are hospice adjacent / supplemental, not replacement — and our services inherently non-medical in their application.

What can death doulas do?

Doulas can help by minimizing unfortunate occurrences in the last days of life, such as:
– avoid last minute hospitalizations
– alert loved ones to last breaths
– fill the gaps between other clinical staff

Sole Meunière
Pan-fried sole in butter and served with brown butter sauce, parsley and lemon

Côte de Boeuf
60 days aged rib steak, pepper sauce, fondant potatoes

Duck à l’Orange
Roasted duck breast with crispy skin and velvety citrus sauce

Pea and Asparagus Risotto
With goat’s cheese, rocket and baby shoot salad


Chocolate Macarons
A classic French delicacy, filled with rich chocolate ganache

Crêpe Suzette
Delicate crêpe in buttery, orange sauce; served flambé

Praline Cake
Multi-layer praline and chocolate cake with caramel cream cheese

Tarte Tatin
Sticky caramel sauce with apples, served with whipped cream

Lemon Tart
zesty lemon tang, creamy custard and topped with meringue

Trio of Fruit
Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums and passion fruit

Our fish is responsibly caught from sustainable sources.

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