Birthing Way Midwifery
We are a home birth practice serving north Georgia. This is our way of reaching out to our community and our clients to provide information and support. If you are looking for someone to attend your home birth, please call to schedule a time to speak with us. Call early as we tend to book up quickly. If we can't help you we can probably find someone who can.
Beth Aveta, CPM: A combination of things led me to become a midwife. My personal birth experiences, my love and respect for women and the role of women in the world, and my disgust for the current state of childbirth within the medical system.
I believe that birth is a healthy, normal body function and that when left alone to find their own rhythm, women will give birth with power and dignity. I believe that birth can be an opportunity for spiritual and emotional transformation. It is my task as a midwife to assist a woman as she finds her way along this path to motherhood.
Since 1992 I have been providing comprehensive prenatal care, homebirth support, and attentive in home postpartum care. My goal is to help my clients create the birth experience they want.
Rachel Hart, CPM: I moved to Georgia from Las Vegas in 2008. I graduated from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada in 2000 with a degree in English. My midwifery career began in 2005 with an apprenticeship with the midwife who “caught” three of my 5 babies. All 5 of my babies were born at home, the last two being unassisted births. Beth and I became partners in 2010 and have enjoyed a thriving practice ever since.
Helping women realize their true power and potential through the birthing process has been a privilege. I also support the birth community as Secretary of Georgia Midwifery Association and President of Georgia Birth Network.