Our parent-child classes offer gentle support and guidance for both parents and their young children.
Learn how to best support your growing child while she explores and plays!
Designed upon the work of Maria Montessori (Montessori Education), Magda Gerber (Resources for Infant Educarers), Emmi Pikler (Pikler Institute), and Marshall Rosenberg (Nonviolent Communication), our classes offer a hands-on model for respectful parenting. Each class offers parents a time for quiet observation of their child’s natural development, discussions about the realities of parenthood, and connection with like-minded parents. You’ll walk away with a greater understanding of what your child needs and how to best support her.
Classes are led by Leanne Gray, a certified Montessori guide and parent educator. Leanne brings over a decade of experience working with children to create a warm and inviting space that encourages movement, self-directed choices, and a love of learning. All classes have a minimum of four families to hold the class and a maximum of ten. Reserve your spot today!
Our Current Classes
This class is a time to be with your baby and observe what she is capable of! Our small class will have time for individualized attention and support of mindful parenting for this age.
Discussion topics include care routines, feeding, and how to mindfully design your home to support your growing child.
On the Move!
Mobile babies need a new environment: one with space to explore in a safe way. This class is a time to be with your baby and observe what she is capable of!
Discussion topics include care routines, weaning, and how to mindfully design your home to support your growing child.
Your emerging toddler is ready to explore! This class encourages independence with a time for play, songs, and snack. Leanne will model respectful redirection, conflict mediation, and how to offer help to children of this age.
Discussion topics include toileting routines and support, testing and exploration, what to expect in a Montessori toddler classroom, and how to mindfully design your home to support your growing child.