Yoga and Talk parenting classes and workshops offer a safe, supportive environment in which to practice self care, learn effective parenting strategies, and connect with other parents. The curriculum integrates yogic practices with parenting education and is influenced by the latest research from the fields of attachment theory and neurobiology.
Yoga and Parenting Class Series
Replenish yourself through hatha yoga, meditation, and deep relaxation.
Learn effective strategies for addressing common parenting struggles, based on the book How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk.
Connect deeply within yourself and with other parents in this fun, experiential series.
Date: Contact Anita for upcoming dates.
Meditation and Parenting
Would you like to be more present during the good times with your family? Would you like to rebound more quickly from emotionally charged situations? Do you need more ways to discharge stress and replenish yourself? Would you like to teach your child how to handle their emotions with grace and ease?
Join Anita Stoll in this fun, informative introduction to meditation practices and their profound effects on our emotional well-being and our ability to parent with greater ease.
When we are able to pause and bring ourselves back to center, we are better able to respond to our children’s needs, emotions, and behaviors, regardless of their temperament. The class will include gentle movement, meditation instruction, and time for discussion.
Date: Check back for 2018 dates.
Cost: $30/person or $50/couple. Call 789-3548 to register.
CEU’s available for social workers and LPC’s for $10 fee.
If you are interested in booking this workshop for your school, organization or private group, please contact us.
“I liked the class because it made me feel more confident in my abilities to communicate with my children.”
“The yoga and meditation definitely helped center me and focus on the here and now, and I could bring that with me throughout the day! ”
“The power of using a new language takes practice, but talking about the book, the atmosphere of helping moms, and the yoga combine to give parents a way back from the vortex of yelling and frustration!”