Spotlight: Maia Midwifery

MAIA Midwifery and Fertility Services offers fertility consultations, support groups and classes, both online and in the Seattle and San Francisco Bay areas. Midwife Kristin Kali’s approach to fertility care focuses on building optimal health as the most effective foundation to enhance fertility, support a healthy pregnancy, and make for an easier transition to parenting a new baby. This approach, combined with highly individualized insemination timing advice, provides a cost-effective service for women attempting to conceive.

MAIA services include charting instruction, timing advice, guidance for selecting a donor, known donor considerations including male fertility support, information and support for navigating fertility medicine, and counseling for those at any point on the path to parenthood. Consultations come with three months of follow-up care, a model that allows for close contact with the midwife and continued support.

Classes and Support Groups

Single Prospective Parents Support Groups (Online)
Through our easy to use video conferencing program, MAIA is able to offer support groups to clients from any computer with internet access and a video camera. All support group sessions run for 3 months, meeting every other week for a total of 6 sessions (one hour per session). Cost is $60 for the 3-month session.

Creating a family as a solo parent can be both an empowering and a solitary experience. This group will bring together strong, amazing parents-to-be of all orientations to share hopes and fears, dreams and desires. Whether you are currently inseminating, in the process of adoption, or weighing your options for how to become a parent, this group is for you. Come join with others in the process of welcoming a child into their lives, and find a community of support with others on the same path. This group will be a familiar touch point as your journey unfolds. Groups are forming now. Please send an email to to get current dates/times.


Special focus on reproductive access to single parents by choice, LGBTQ families and families using frozen or fresh known donor sperm, and others who may experience economic, social and legal barriers to reproductive care.



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