Win-Win Sleep Solutions: Healthier, Safer Sleep for your Baby – and You

It is possible to get more sleep for your baby and yourself without sleep training. Equipped with information about normal infant sleep physiology, the pros and cons of different sleeping arrangements, and simple guidelines for getting healthier, safer sleep, no matter what sleeping arrangements you choose, you can find a healthy balance between your baby’s nighttime needs and your own.

Join me for this two-hour workshop and learn how you can create healthy sleep routines that respect and balance the nighttime needs of everyone in your unique family.

Next Session: Saturday, March 14th, 10am – 12pm

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What to Do Instead: Guiding Kids with Empathy and Trust

As parents, we want to raise the kind of people that can not only be functioning members of society, but can tackle the big problems the current generation is failing to solve. We know that the old ways of harsh discipline and unrealistic expectations don’t work anymore (and may not have been very good in the first place). So what do we do instead?

Join me for this 2-hour workshop and learn positive, effective ways to guide your children. Who knows, you may even find your entire parenting paradigm shifting.

Next Session: Saturday, March 21st, 10am – 12pm

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From Only to Older: Helping Your First Child Adjust to Being a Sibling

Going from being the only child to being an older sibling is tough on every first child, but there are things parents can do to help the love of their life feel secure through this transition.

Join me for this 2-hour workshop and learn ways you can help your firstborn feel less jealousy and displacement, feel understood and accepted, and build a warm and playful sibling relationship.

Next Session: Saturday, March 28th, 10am – 12pm

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De-Stressing Dinner: Strategies for Filling Kids with Love

From the first attempted latch, through years of after-school snacks, to the last dinner before they head off to college, feeding our children presents us with daily opportunities to connect with them and feed their bodies, minds and spirits. But our issues can get in the way.

Join me for this two-hour workshop and learn how, through understanding your own relationship with food, you can feed your children with a loving and respectful attitude and build healthy family relationships and healthy eating habits.

Next Session: Saturday, April 4th, 10am -12pm

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Raising Rebels: Moving Beyond the Goal of Obedience

We don’t need more obedient adults. We don’t need another generation of people who were taught to color inside the lines and think inside the box. We won’t survive it.

So why is so much of the child rearing and discipline advice being given to parents (often uninvited) still geared to teach children to be compliant and obedient? Much of that advice comes from a place of mistrust in the inherent goodness of humanity, and flat-out fear. And it serves to preserve the power dynamics that are serving our species and our planet so poorly. Let’s teach our kids to (respectfully) question authority, think for themselves, and imagine a way to live in the world that is not only more sustainable, but also more equitable, just and peaceful. I know that sometimes we just want our kids to do what we say, because we are overwhelmed, but if we change the way we look at them and learn some new skills, we can raise the kind of rebels who will change the world – and – who we will enjoy living with!

Join me for this 2-hour workshop and learn strategies for raising healthy, resilient humans with the authenticity, agency, compassion and courage that the future stewards of our planet need to have.

Next Session: Saturday, April 11th, 10am – 12pm

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Workshops are held at:

Full Moon Family Wellness and Birth Center

701 Mission St. Santa Cruz

Registration: $35 per workshop

Special pricing for alumnae of Mamapreneur Business Incubator!

Register for 4 workshops at the regular price and receive a $40 refund. 🙂

Partners and babes in arms are welcome.