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28 May 2021

2021 National Home Birth Hui

Home Birth Aotearoa warmly welcomes you to join us for our annual hui, This is our opportunity to connect with one another as a home birthing community. We will have thought provoking workshops/ speakers, time to reflect on what has been happening for our regional groups and HBAT over the past year and plenty of time to chat, connect and share kai together.

28 Nov 2020

2020 National Home Birth Conference and Hui

Te Whare Tangata is the perfect safe space for new life to grow. Here, our babies are protected, nourished, loved and safe. Pregnancy and birth are often considered separate processes but birth is merely a gentle transition from one safe space into another- a continuation of love, nourishment and protection.

23 Oct 2018

Home Birth Awareness Week 2018

Home Birth Awareness Week (22-29 Oct 2018) #HBAW2018 New Zealand’s Home Birth Awareness Week begins, quite suitably, on Labour Day each year. During this week, families and communities around the nation celebrate the choice that all women have to birth at home in New Zealand. For Home Birth Aotearoa, the national collective of New Zealand’s […]

04 Sep 2018

Home Birth Aotearoa National Hui 2018

He ora te whakapiri, Whiria to tangata There is strength in unity, weave the people together Kia ora koutou katoa, the Wellington Home Birth Association invites you to join us at the 2018 Home Birth  Aotearoa National Hui “Unity is Strength”, as we come together on this occasion we would like you to bring with […]

27 Sep 2017

Midwifery Masterclass: Physiological Birth Wisdom

6.30pm Saturday 7th October 2017 To close the Home Birth Aotearoa 2017 Conference, midwives, students and birth workers are invited to share questions in a safe and confidential sharing circle with experienced HomeBirth midwives. Do you have questions you never have never found real life solutions for? Have you ever had a question that you felt […]

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