February 2022 CCCN New & Renewed Membership

Updated: Apr 1


Central Coast Childbirth Network (CCCN) is proud to have exceptional members that are also dedicated to our mission and vision. CCCN Members amplify our vision to be a leading organization for the birth and wellness professionals on the Central Coast, building a platform to bridge the professionals' information and education to the community.


We would like to introduce and thank the New and Renewed CCCN Memberships from February 2022. Thank you for your support!




Nature's Way Midwifery

Midwifery

Tanya Walker, LM, CPM, providing individualized prenatal care, Home Birth, and Postpartum care for Central Coast families. Practicing Midwife since 2004.



Allison Lorne

She/Hers

Parenting Support & Education

Coaching emotional recovery following difficult childbirth experiences, medical procedures or hospitalizations.




Beyond the Bump

She/Her

Doulas, Fitness

I believe every person has the right to informed care and evidence based research. I work with families from preconception through postpartum and beyond through education, birth support, nutrition and movement.




Demi Birth Services

Mental & Wellness Professionals, Placenta Encapsulation, Childbirth Education

Birth is a transformational time in our lives. I believe in supporting women and families during their labor, birth process and postpartum journey. I take pride in making my clients feel safe, cared for and considered through it all.




Do you want to connect with other local birth and wellness professionals? Are you looking for resources from preconception through the first year of parenting? Learn more about CCCN Members in our UPDATED online directory.


Are you a Birth and Wellness Professional on the Central Coast? Join our Network and learn how you can become a member. Join CCCN and Apply here!



Authored in collaboration with:

Morgan Jamati, CCCN Intern

Zabrina Cox, CtP Program Director


CCCN Provider Directory is a membership listing and not responsible for the opinions, practice, or health care services provided by individuals listed on this site. We suggest that clients do their own research to confirm that a provider’s beliefs and practices are consistent with their own. Membership in CCCN is open to birth professionals regardless of race, gender, creed, sexual orientation, age, or disability who serve SLO and N. Santa Barbara Counties.






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