|"It's not just the
making of babies,
but the making of
midwives see as the
miracle of birth. "
In addition to
she travels worldwide
speaking on birth
The Farm Midwifery Center
The Farm Midwifery Center: Outcomes of 2,028 pregnancies: 1970-2000
Article: Maternal Death in the United States:
A Problem Solved or a Problem Ignored?
By Ina May Gaskin, CPM, MA
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This classic book on home birth includes updated
information on the safety of natural childbirth, new
birthing stories, and the most recent statistics on births
managed by The Farm Midwives.
Also presents stories of working with Amish women,
showing a different culture with a similar appreciation
for natural childbirth
Her new book, Ina May’s Guide to
Childbirth, is now available. It inspires
women to reduce the fear of childbirth by
regaining confidence in their bodies and
assuring them - your body still works!
Ina May Gaskin is one of the founders and the current
president of the Midwives Alliance of North America.
She is a powerful advocate for a woman’s right to
give birth without excessive and unnecessary
.Her clinical midwifery skills have been
developed entirely through independent
study and apprenticeship with other
midwives around the world.
Ina May developed the Gaskin
Maneuver. The first obstetrical
maneuver to be named after a
midwife, it embodies the essence
of midwifery by using simple
body movements to facilitate a
Recently she was selected as a
Visiting Fellow at Morse College
of Yale University.
Ina May continues to delight
listeners by infusing her sharp
command of birth research and
statistics with a touch of humor.
Ina May transformed her observation
of increasing maternal mortality in
the U.S. into The Safe Motherhood
Quilt Project, a national effort to
honor those women who have died
of pregnancy-related causes during
the past twenty years and to draw
public attention to the unchanging
maternal death rate in this country.