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What You Need to Know About Home Births

May 16, 2020 1 min read

What You Need to Know About Home Births

Due to the isolation and lockdown laws, as well as the constantly changing hospital rules, there has been a surge of interest in women considering home births. 

We were lucky enough to speak with an experienced homebirth practitioner – Moran Liviani from 2 Life Doula. Moran is a Birth Doula, Lamaze Childbirth Educator and HypnoBirthing Mongan Method Practitioner, and most importantly – a mum to three beautiful girls. Moran works in many birth settings including home births, birthing centres and hospitals.  

If you or someone you know is curious about giving birth at home, this video explainer is a much-watch.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:  Home births with Moran Liviani from 2 Life Doula

You can find out more about Moran and her work at 2life.com.au

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