Post-natal depression. Chances are you probably know someone who has had it, whether they’ve told you about it or not.
My journey to having a home birth is a long one, spanning nearly 6 years, and 3 pregnancies
Catherine and her family use NZSL (New Zealand Sign Language) which is an official language in Aotearoa, how were their needs supported in a birth space?
Every second year Home Birth Aotearoa hold our Home Birth Conference, it’s a chance to collectively enrich our homebirth knowledge and build on herstories…
Why valuing our student midwives, creates healthier birthing families in New Zealand and protects home birth choice.
When we participate in Limbic Imprint ReCoding we re-experience our birth.
Birth trauma, blame and healing. The stories of mothers often go unheard and unspoken, it’s time to listen.
Carla Sargent, author of ‘Where the Heart Is’ writes about the complex relationship between midwife and mother.
Anna Hughes shares her knowledge on about the history of babywearing in Aotearoa and how to wear your baby.
It is 9.30pm at night and my day is almost finished. It is wintry cold, and it is snowing outside. On the other end of the line, is Michel Odent.