Kayla M. Wright: CNM , WHNP, CLC, PMAD
Certified Nurse Midwife / Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner / Certified Lactation Counselor / Perinatal Mood Disorder Certified
Kayla’s midwifery journey began at age 10 with her hands pressed against the pregnant belly of her 5th grade teacher and her dream was finalized as she graduated at the top of her class from Yale School of Nursing as a Certified Nurse Midwife(CNM) and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner(WHNP). As a life long learner, Kayla has continued to develop her skills through direct mentoring with Mikelann Caywood-Baerg.
Kayla is a firm believer in the normalcy of the birth process and the intelligence of the human body. She has gathered her birth experience both in and out of hospital. During her time in a birth center setting she was able to actively participate in the Natural birth process which helped develop her commitment to promoting both physically and psychologically safe space for birth and developing trusting, communicative relationships with her clients and their families. She views birth as a transformative, empowering journey for women and their families and delights in facilitating not only prenatal care but labor, delivery, and postpartum support.
An Idaho native, Kayla is thrilled to be back among the mountains and the people of the West. She enjoys practicing yoga, hiking, cross-country skiing, dancing, bike riding, and picking out tunes on her banjo. Lastly, she is honored to support new and growing families on their journey into parenthood.
Jazmin Adams: CPM, MT DEM, CLC
Direct Entry Midwife / Certified Professional Midwife / Certified Lactation Counselor / Whole Foods Plant Based Certified
Jazmin’s midwifery journey began when she realized during her own maternity care that there was a deficiency in the maternity care system. At that moment she decided to “either be part of the problem or part of the change”. That was over 14 years ago. Since then she has been apprentice trained in 2008 to 2012 to be the first Alabama apprentice to become a CPM and was VP of the Alabama midwifery state organization. In 2015 she graduated with a MEAC accredited BS in Midwifery from the Midwives College of Utah.
Jazmin believes that mothers should be empowered to be active participants in developing their care plans through informed consent and respect from their chosen care provider. Her philosophy uses a holistic, evidence based approach that guards the safety of the birth process which allows a mother to completely “let go” and “birth her baby”. She views birth as a beautiful, normal, and natural event that should be honored as sacred and life changing. Furthermore, she strives to never forget that she is granted an honor each time she is invited to accompany a woman on her journey through pregnancy, birth, and into motherhood.
En route to finding her home in Montana, Jazmin was Neveda born and raised. She enjoys having fun family time, home schooling, raising open minded humans, and kicking back in their hot tub and taking in the magical Bridgers. She has experienced both hospital and out of hospital birth and encourages all women to find their midwife. She is a dedicated work-a-holic perfectionist, practices kindness, and shares empathy. Most importantly, Jazmin believes in being connected to her community and welcoming woman of all socioeconomic status’ with a warm smile and gentle touch.