Bronwyn Moir is a Registered Nurse and Midwife who is currently working as an independent home birth midwife and is Director of The Birth House. Bronwyn has also had recent experience in Paediatric, Neonatal and general practice nursing.
Presently working as a private practice midwife, Bronwyn is an Eligible Midwife, which involves collaboration with a Specialist Obstetrician, and post graduate study in diagnostic testing and pharmacology in pregnancy and lactation. Bronwyn also works part-time as a practice nurse at a busy medical centre in Goonellabah.
Bronwyn is passionate about providing nurturing midwifery care through the continuum of pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding and mothering. With a focus on promoting health and wellbeing, she provides holistic midwifery care including herbal and nutritional support and massage therapy.
Bronwyn birthed her own daughter in water, at home, in March 2012.
Sunae is a new graduate midwife, working as a second midwife at The Birth House.
Sunae completed her Bachelor of Midwifery at Southern Cross University in 2017, and was primarily trained at Lismore Base Hospital.
Sunae is passionate about providing continuity of care to women and their families, and is working towards becoming an eligible midwife. She finds great joy in seeing women find their inner strength and power in pregnancy and birth, and supporting them in their transition to motherhood.
Bree is a registered midwife currently working part time at Lismore Base Hospital Maternity as well as providing birth support at The Birth House and in home birth settings.
Bree’s background is previously in continuity of care models in home birth and birth centre settings in Sydney. Currently working toward becoming an eligible midwife, Bree is very passionate about providing holistic support for women in their childbearing years.
Bree has three young kids of her own, and has drawn a great deal of understanding and strength from her own experiences in pregnancy and birth. Including a very positive home birth of her first child, a caesarian birth (including the term stillbirth of one of her twin daughters) and a VBAC with her rainbow baby.
Kirrah has been a local birth worker for the last six years. Helping women (and birth partners) prepare for this profound rite of passage is a huge passion for her.
She offers support as:
She provides these services to families within the northern rivers and covers areas such as Nimbin, Lismore, Murwillumbah, Byron Bay and Mullumbimby.
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