Willamette Birth is the midwifery practice of Corvallis midwife Ash Johnsdottir, who is a licensed & certified professional midwife serving women & families in Corvallis, Salem, Eugene, Springfield, Newport, Albany, Philomath, Lebanon, Junction City, Sweet Home, & surrounding areas. We provide complete prenatal, birth, postpartum, and maternity care in Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley and beyond. Private Insurance and Oregon Health Plan (OHP) accepted.
Home Birth Midwifery Care
Complete maternity care for your pregnancy with Ash Johnsdottir, BSM CPM LDM. Her clients enjoy holistic, modern prenatal care, home birth under the care of two licensed midwives, in home postpartum visits, breastfeeding support, and complete newborn care. Expect midwifery care that supports a natural birthing experience with age old midwifery wisdom and the best of today’s science & medicine.
We can answer all of your questions about midwifery care and home birth! Schedule a consultation with midwife Ash Johnsdottir or call (541) 908-9188 today to learn more.Make an appointment with Ash Johnsdottir
Meet Your Midwife
Ash Johnsdottir, BSM CPM LDM is a licensed and certified professional midwife who cares for women and families Oregon’s Willamette Valley. After starting midwifery school 2007, she started attending births in 2009. She graduated magna cum laude with her BSc in Midwifery from MCU, and was named student of the year among the largest graduating class in the history the school for her achievements in the field of midwifery.
Waterbirth isn’t just for a gentle birthing experience- it’s serious medicine for relaxation and relief in labor. Learn more about what some have called “nature’s epidural” and waterbirth in Oregon.
Home vs Birth Center
Home Birth offers the unparalleled support for your natural birth. A birth center is similar to home birth, but with some one else’s home! Which natural birth option is right for you?
Plant medicine & herbs
Herbs have been used for fertility, health in pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Learn more about herbs in this article written by Corvallis midwife Ash Johnsdottir.