Sarah is a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) serving Eastern, and Central Oklahoma.
She received her training through the Association of Texas Midwives Midwifery Training Program and is a licensed midwife (LM) in the state of Texas. She is the current president of the Midwives Society of Oklahoma.
Sarah is dedicated to providing women with evidence based maternity care and strongly believes that a woman is entitled to direct her own care.
“I believe, and research confirms, that childbirth is a safe physiological function, best supported by good nutrition, education and empowerment of the mother, and attentive monitoring by an educated provider. I believe that the health and safety of mother and infant can best be protected when preparation for birth is regarded as a mutual responsibility of client and midwife, and I collaborate with my clients about all care decisions, encouraging mothers to educate themselves about their options so that they may make truly informed choices.”
Alisa is a student midwife who has been involved in birth work for 25 years.
She started as a doula, over 25 years ago, and is currently working toward her CPM certification. She has also earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Northeaster State University. Alisa has a husband, Kelly, and four grown children as well a steadily increasing number grandchildren, several of which she has had the honor of catching.
Heide Auguston, Student Midwife
Heide is a student midwife who is currently working toward certification.
She is married with five children, four of which were born at home. She is dedicated to gaining a quality education and supporting parents through the journey of pregnancy, birth and postpartum and is currently attending the Midwives College of Utah.
Cherina is a student midwife at Midwives College of Utah.
She believes that all women have the right to choose the birth they want. She has 3 children, 2 of which were home births, and has been a birth doula for friends and family. She is dedicated to working hard to obtain her CPM so that she can provide women the ability to achieve their ideal birth.