In this ongoing series we will share with you the tools you need to bring more ease and intention into your relationships with children, whatever they look like.
Each session will provide an overview of Waldorf pedagogy, with specific emphasis on very young children and their developmental needs.
Upon completing a session you will also gain access to our online workshop portal, where you can find all of the information covered in the workshop in an easily reviewable format—including exclusive video content.
Part II: The Parent
December 6, 6-8pm
All primary caregivers are welcomed, regardless of their family structure, to this session dedicated specifically to the work of parenting. Learn what you can do to make your household an environment that supports the growth of young children and nurtures the entire family. We’ll talk about how to create healthy rhythms, how to chose and manage playthings, the value of free play and much more.
Pay what you can: $25-$50
Part III: Boundaries
In this session you will learn tools to help foster young children’s independence while keeping them safe and providing for them the capacity for judgement they do not yet possess. We will discuss how to use boundary setting in a healthy and supportive way and provide a space for you to explore your own mindset around discipline.
Part IV: Melody
Music and song are incredibly powerful tools for working with children. They can be the cornerstones of your daily rhythms, a source of whimsy, a tool to find your breath in stressful situations. We’ll spend this session learning songs that speak to children’s developing sense of melody and gently guide them through the dreamlike state of early childhood.
Mornings In the Garden
Mindfulness Through Art
These events are a time for the adults in our community to find their breath and create imperfect beauty. We’ll work across various media and explore the qualities of light, color, and movement—both in the work, and in ourselves. No prior artistic training required.