Nurturing & connecting you on your sacred feminine journey

Bringing back the village

Sacred pregnancy, birth & womanhood support in the Illawarra & worldwide online.

Would you like to:

 Re-connect with your innate feminine wisdom?

  Feel supported & empowered as you journey through the magical portals of pregnancy, labour & birth?

Avoid feeling overwhelmed, exhausted or isolated with your new baby?

Be seen, heard & held as you reclaim the many gifts of being a woman?

Would you like to feel nourished, relaxed & connected as a mama?

Pregnancy and birth aren’t just about making babies, they’re about making mamas too!

When a baby is born, so is a mother and the transition into this new role takes the support of a village.

I’m so glad you’re here! I’m Briony and I’m the support that every pregnant woman and new mama deserves to have.



Your journey through pregnancy and birth is a truly transformational and sometimes overwhelming time. Often mamas-to-be can be so focused on this stage, that they forget to think about life afterwards, the postpartum period and transition into motherhood!​

Most of us have limited knowledge of the changes that occur during pregnancy (apart from a growing baby), not to mention how to prepare ourselves for labour and birth. Where are those wise village women when we need them to help gently guide us and help us find our confidence along this journey?

After the birth of my first child, I felt completely overwhelmed. I had breastfeeding challenges and a very unsettled baby. I lacked confidence in my own abilities as a new mama and I ended up suffering from post-natal depression.It wasn’t until I found some amazing support that I began to find my feet in my new role.

I also found new challenges surfaced each time I became a ‘new mother’ again. Learning to juggle the needs of 2 and then 3 little people wasn’t easy and each new baby brought different needs, both for myself and my family.

I’ve learnt a lot since then on my journey through motherhood. My own experiences have guided me to what I do now, supporting other mamas, just like YOU! (I’ve also completed a lot of training too, you can view all of my qualifications here).

Workshops & Classes

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Wodi Wodi people of the Dharawal Nation, on whose land I live. I pay my respects to elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

Thank you Briony for supporting me beyond words, and in so many ways throughout this first year of motherhood. You have given me roots and wings to continue this motherhood adventure with confidence and grace.

Michelle, Mama of Aneira & Azalea

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