Welcome to Magnolia

About Us

We opened Magnolia Birth Center in Spring of 2017 to offer an holistic alternative to traditional prenatal care and hospital birth. We believe that all women should have choices when it comes to healthcare. We have made a personal commitment to our MBC families to provide care and support throughout pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond.

Tanya & Daniela


Join us for

'Meet Your Doula'

Friday, January 31, 6-8 pm

Magnolia Birth Center
2122 Enterprise Road, Greensboro

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feels like home

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Who we are

Meet Our Midwives

The midwives and staff at Magnolia Birth Center are passionate about serving women in our community with an holistic approach to women’s health.

Newly Pregnant?

Join us for a Meet & Greet

We offer a FREE visit to tour our facility, to meet our staff, and to explore the difference with birth center care

Call 336-763-5123 to schedule your visit

personalized healthcare for all the seasons in a woman’s life

Experience the Difference with a Midwife

Schedule your annual exam with one of our midwives

find your balance

Join us for a Yoga Class

Prenatal Yoga with Dawn Leonard: Wednesdays 6-7:30pm
Power Yoga with Cheri Timmons: Tuesdays 8:30-9:30am

be prepared

Learn More About Pregnancy & Childbirth

The Bradley Method with Sarah Carter
HypnoBirthing with Karen Hornfeck
Best Birth (basic childbirth class) with Suronda Ricketts

finding comfort

Water Birth

Attend a FREE class about the benefits of water immersion in labor and birth


Schedule Your Massage Today

Prenatal massage with Ruth Spaulding
Induction massage with Ruth Spaulding
Infant massage with Tag Woods
Couples massage with Tag Woods

support and encouragement

Support Groups at MBC

Postpartum Circle
Triad Tot Toters

News, events, research and ideas

Magnolia Blog

Things to Know When Your Birth Plan Goes Down the Toilet

Things to Know When Your Birth Plan Goes Down the Toilet

By Leah Dunlap: Ordinarily birth is predicable with its usual first, second, and third stages of labor. The gradual, but inevitable opening of the cervix yielding to increasingly stronger contractions, and an involuntary urge to push. Eventually, it all results in the gentle crowning and birth of a tiny human that is perfectly yours…

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day

By Tanya Bailey: I have been thinking about candy hearts. You know, the cute colored candies with little messages that we give to someone on the day we celebrate love. Well, what if those messages could help remind us to be a better humans…

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Traditions, It’s What We Do

Traditions, It’s What We Do

By Tequita Williamson: I love traditions. I expect my Aunt Nellie to have her delicious Graham Cracker Squares at our family lunch every Christmas Day. I look forward to my birthday banana pudding from my mom, and Homecoming at my childhood church is always fun…

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Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep

Six Secrets to a Better Night’s Sleep

By Cheri Timmons: Does the concept of a good night’s sleep seem like a dream? Do you feel tired and overwhelmed most of the day? Is recovery from an illness or injury taking longer than expected? Over time, you may have developed lifestyle patterns that are sabotaging your sleep and its benefits to your brain and body…

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Perfect Blessings

Perfect Blessings

By Mary Gillett: Perfect thanksgiving blessings come in all shapes and sizes, especially in perfectly imperfect families. I must confess that I love to peruse magazines with Martha-Stewart- perfect table settings or homey Joanna Gaines recipes, served on long, farmhouse tables full of smiling well behaved children. In the magazines the guests arrive on time and the relatives get along…

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Meet Petunia – Magnolia’s Flying Pig

Meet Petunia – Magnolia’s Flying Pig

She is the perfect depiction of overcoming impossible odds! It is not a question of who will let her to do it, but who could stop her. There is nothing that she cannot accomplish when she sets her mind to it, because where there is a will, there is always a way.

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