Homebirth Midwifery


What is Homebirth Midwifery? Homebirth Midwifery is prenatal care that may include homebirth care, newborn exams, prenatal and postpartum care, labwork and more. Homebirth Midwifery also consists of using alternative therapies like Aquanatal, exercise, herbs, hydrotherapy, massage and other modalities.

Homebirth Midwifery is utilized to achieve and maintain a healthy pregnancy. With the ability to give birth in an individuals' own home and own natural pace, Homebirth Midwifery enables multiple advantages such as allowing women to work with their own bodies by relaxing and bringing forth labor in its natural course.

Homebirth Midwifery is also beneficial in that laboring women have the freedom to move about freely, bathe or shower, and take walks at will.

Accentuating the whole person, mind, body and spirit, Homebirth Midwifery is a wonderful and natural means of giving birth to one's newborn.

To learn more about Homebirth Midwifery, or if you are interested in a career in Homebirth Midwifery, feel free to peruse our healing arts' schools and holistic practitioners' directories at Holistic Junction. Additionally, if you would like to share your homebirth midwifery experience with our vast audience, please feel free to do so in our Experiences' section of our site.

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