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VBAC HOMEBIRTH: Fear to Freedom
Overcome anxiety and embrace the joy of homebirth.
Pregnancy is a time of mixed emotions and heightened anxiety, and this is especially true for someone planning a VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Caesarean) homebirth.
Anxiety and fears are not uncommon during pregnancy, but it’s important to seek support and address these concerns to ensure a safe and positive experience.
In this short guide, discover where to focus your energy so you can feel supported, empowered, and held throughout this transformative journey.
Hi, I’m Ashley
VBAC Homebirth Mentor
I had a vaginal birth after two c-sections (VBA2C) at home (freebirth). I was afraid of being sabotaged in birth after two traumatic hospital births and while I believed I could vaginally birth at home, all the fears of “what could happen” creeped in.
I needed someone who understood me, my fears and journey.
I’VE WALKED THE PATH YOU ARE ON, AND I’M HERE TO SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN FEEL SEEN, HELD AND SUPPORTED IN YOUR VBAC HOMEBIRTH JOURNEY
Planning a VBAC Homebirth after a challenging or traumatic previous birth can bring on the fears and worries… leaving you to worry about the “what ifs” of birth. You crave connection, support and to be understood in this vulnerable and sacred journey.
YOU DESERVE THAT!