Kimberleigh Weiss-Lewit


I look forward to connecting with you! I am an experienced International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, ready to support you in your breastfeeding/human milk feeding goals. I began my dedication to serving nursing families 15 years ago as a La Leche League volunteer leader.  In addition to my private practice, I work as a hospital-based Lactation Specialist at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center.  I am an experienced and certified birth doula, certified birth doula trainer and a trained postpartum doula with Birth Arts International having trained with the amazing Beth Goldberg, CPM and Demetria Clark

After receiving my 200 hr Yoga Alliance Registration from Lotus Gardens and my 500 hr Registration from Laughing Lotus, I gained my prenatal certification with Yoga Haven with additional prenatal training with MA Yoga in New York City. I spent years on the teaching staff of Devotion Yoga and Hudson Yoga Project in Hoboken, New Jersey, where I taught prenatal and parent/child yoga, lead workshops and offered teacher training. 

I am honored to have served pregnant and parenting people at Rikers Island Jail in NYC with Liberation Prison Yoga. I have served on the board of LPY, as their Program Director and as a teacher trainer.  I continue to develop curriculum for organizations and teachers looking to incorporate trauma-informed prenatal yoga into their work. I have worked extensively with Yoga Service Council , Omega Institute and Yoga Behind Bars.

My bachelor's degree is in theater from Connecticut College and I hold an MA in Applied Psychology/Drama Therapy from New York University. I hold a certification in Perinatal Mental Health with Postpartum Support International having completed advanced training in Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders and Perinatal Loss & Grief from Seleni Institute and PSI. I am trained as a Midwife Assistant with JJB Midwifery under Shana Norberg. I am also a proud member of the New York Lactation Consultant Association and New Hampshire Lactation Consulting. I am a proud co-chair of the PSI Vermont ChapterMy husband, Chris, and I together have four children ages 17, 15, 11 and our littlest daughter who was born in October 2019.