I had a breech baby at home with no midwives! I knew he was breech but in the end it happened so quickly I couldn't get to hospital. If you haven't had your baby yet OP and you want to try to do it naturally then all I can say is try as hard as you can to relax. The old advice to midwives during natural breech delivery was to 'sit on your hands' and leave the birthing mother well alone. I clearly saw 2 paths in front of me during my labour- panic and tense up, or COMPLETELY relax. I did, and it was very easy! Seemed easier than passing a great big head first ( it was my second baby, first one was normal delivery). The only thing I would strongly disagree with in the above comments is to PUSH the head out. DON'T DO IT. This creates a risk of brain damage as the head can be compressed and released too quickly. Without wanting to sound hippy, I trusted my body (I really had no choice with no midwives there) and I felt like my vagina opened up to let him out and closed up after. Seriously it was really odd! I was running up and down the stairs later that day!