Your birth story, done your way.
We know that the day of your baby’s birth is one of the most important days of your life. With our midwifery care, we offer a safe, comfortable, individualized, and cost-effective homebirth for your baby from Ellensburg to Walla Walla and pretty much everywhere in between!
At Sunrise Midwifery, we merge the wisdom of women’s bodies and traditional remedies with evidence-based practice, attentive care, and medical referral when needed. Our midwives are trained to care for healthy women experiencing low-risk pregnancies through all phases of pregnancy including prenatal, birth, and postpartum. Sunrise Midwifery offers unique homebirth options by licensed midwives. Our service ares include: Yakima, Ellensburg, Prosser, Richland & Walla Walla, WA. Providing specialized home birth options since 2009.
CONTACT YOUR MIDWIFE!
If you are considering midwifery for the birth of your baby, we’d love to answer any questions you may have. Contact us to ask us about midwifery care or schedule a free consultation.
Meet Our Team
Meet the team of Sunrise Midwifery.
Our team is comprised of experienced midwives, student midwives, and doulas. Founder, Kristin Eggleston, LM, CPM has been helping families through childbirth since 2002.
We are so happy to our newest midwife, Hayley Swedelius.
Resources & News
Looking for the right midwife for you? She's here! Many of you in Yakima, Ellensburg, and the Tri-Cities know Hayley from your own midwifery care when she was a student. We liked her so much we asked her to move here! Hayley is in the house! Hayley has years of...read more
You needed care, we provide it! Remember how tiring and sometimes worrisome it is those first days and weeks after birth? Wouldn't it be nice to have someone there to help you and answer your questions? Trained postpartum care providers are the solution! A postpartum...read more
Delayed cord clamping means to leave the umbilical intact without clamping or cutting it for a while after the baby is born. Different people say it means different things: maybe 30 seconds or maybe the placenta gets delivered first. But what it really means is that...read more