the ROOT

Midwifery. Community. Care. get back to the root.

The ROOT is a space for midwifery and the shared wisdom that’s inspired by women gathering. It’s home to four San Francisco midwives who chose to weave their individual and dynamic practices into collaborative space. Our mission is to create opportunity for women to connect, normalize, re-wild and initiate the blueprint of birth, and to feel the collective power and grace of an ever expanding community. Get back to the ROOT of it all: beauty, birth, and love.

Bay Area Homebirth Collective

Comprehensive information on homebirth and homebirth midwives in the Bay Area.

The Bay Area Homebirth Collective is a group of independent midwifery practices dedicated to promoting midwifery care and homebirth. Our group is committed to using the collective power of our diverse practice styles and geographic locations to provide families with resources such as classes, support groups, social gatherings, and informative talks and/or panels throughout the year.

FREE Bay Area Museums!

As a new mom, I’m often looking for fun, kid-friendly, cheap things to do with myself and my kiddo. So, I did a bit of research and have compiled a list of the FREE museum days in the area. Here is a list! And if you ever want to meet me at one of these places send me an email!

FIRST SUNDAY of every month

Asian Art Museum

FIRST TUESDAY of every month

de Young

Legion of Honor

Conservatory of Flowers

Museum of Craft and Design

FIRST WEDNESDAY of every month

Bay Area Discovery Museum

Berkeley Botanical Garden

FIRST THURSDAY of every month

Berkeley Art Museum

Labyrinth Walk at Grace Cathedral

Join prenatal yoga teacher Jane Austin and BAHC midwife Sue Baelen in a guided walking meditation. It’s a time for quiet reflection and a chance to connect with your authentic self as well as an ideal way to actively meditate and prepare for birth. When: 3rd Thursday of every month, gathering at 11:45 am Where: Grace Cathedral Labyrinth (sometimes indoors, sometimes outside). California and Taylor Streets