Breastfeeding may be natural, but that does not mean it is always easy! If you have questions about breastfeeding or are struggling to nurse your little one, you are not alone. Our International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) provides prenatal breastfeeding classes, as well as home visits and virtual consults for the following issues: 

  • Flat or inverted nipples

  • Low milk supply

  • Nipple pain

  • Pumping

  • Painful breastfeeding

  • "Back to Work" planning

  • Nursing strikes

  • Weaning

  • Weight check

  • Slow weight gain

  • Clogged ducts/mastitis

  • Transitioning to bottle

  • Basic check-in/questions


If you have any of these challenges, a combination of challenges, or any other breastfeeding questions


To book, email:, or call/text (520) 261-4360. 

Mother Baby Bonding

Lactation Consult

Typical visits are between 60-90 minutes, and include: health history, breast assessment, infant assessment, observation of a feeding, infant weighing before/after feeding, problem solving with the mother and/or family about concerns, and developing a care plan. Visits include a 90-120 minute session, 2-week follow up period of phone calls/text messages. 

Rates start at $100 ($75 for virtual).

Payment options: Cash or card.

Payment due at time of service. 

*Follow-up home visits are at a $75/home visit. 

*Home visits outside of the Sierra Vista area are $150/initial and $100/follow up. 

*Sliding scale/income-based pricing available upon inquiry. 

Young Couple Expecting

Feeding Your Baby: Prenatal Class

Two-hour session on the basics of breastfeeding and everything you need to know for a strong breastfeeding start! We recommend taking this class in the 3rd trimester, and strongly encourage the birthing parents support person (s) to attend with them!



Payment options: Cash, CashApp, Zelle, or Paypal.

Payment due at time of service. 

Business Owner

Free 15-Minute Phone Call

This quick phone call is intended for general questions, reassurances, or planning for an in-home consultation or outside referral. If the IBCLC determines that the question requires more complex problem solving, you may be referred to an in-home consultation or alternative resource.


*a 15-minute phone call is not enough time to complete a full health history and gain a clear understanding of the issue. The lactation consultant can not make ethical recommendations or care plans with limited information, and thus the 15-minute phone call is for general questions or to determine if more follow up is needed.