Browse our winter offerings and register today!

Baby Yoga (8 weeks and up, non-mobile babies, 1 caregiver per child)

Babies are natural yogis! This 60 minute workshop will use the foundations of yoga to give parents/caregivers tangible tools to help baby with digestive ease, calming and regulation, body awareness and human connection. Gentle stretches, songs, and playful activities with a focus on mindfulness and connection give new meaning to the phrase “quality time” with your baby. Learn a number a baby yoga “poses” that you can do at home, and get to know other like-minded parents/caregivers in your community.

 This workshop will be led by Maggie Magner.

Register now: March 22 at 11am

 

Infant Sign Language (6-15 months)

Come join other curious parents and discover the tips and tricks to pre-verbal communication with your baby or toddler with this playful introduction to infant sign language. Songs, strategies, and simple toys make learning fun for both grownups and little ones alike. Led by long time Hill House favorite and developmental expert Maggie Magner, you'll leave feeling more confident and excited about this engaging approach to connecting with your baby.

Register now: January 11 at 10:45am

 

 

Mindful Movers- Infants (6 weeks- 5 months)
The emphasis on this class is welcoming the baby's body to the physical world while strengthening the growing spine, exploring the Vestibular system (the sense of balance), and finding center. The class includes tummy time, massage, visual and auditory stimulation that will support all the development patterns, including crawling, standing and speech. Encouraging heart-to-heart connection is emphasized through the entire class. This class is one hour long and led by an early education specialist.

Register now:  Thursdays at 10:00

 

Mindful Movers- Crawlers (6 months- 12 months)

This class builds upon the previous level. We will continue to work on the Vestibular system (the sense of balance) and start incorporating more props, as well as rhythm, breath and social interaction. Yoga poses that encourage development are introduced, such as backbends, forward bends, side bends and twistsThis class is one hour long and led by an early education specialist.

Register now: Thursdays at 11:15

 

Mindful Movers- Walkers (12-18 months)

In this level we increase body and spatial awareness while working on socialization and gaining independence from caregivers. Activities encourage cognitive thinking, sequencing, expectations and timing. Language is strongly encouraged through activities that emphasize vocal sounds, songs and rhythmic games. Developmental patterns are fostered through more physical work, playing with balance, falling and standing as well as art. This class is one hour long and led by an early education specialist.

Register now: Thursdays at 8:45

 

 

Musical Playdate (0-4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: January 11 at 9:15am               February 29 at 9:30am          March 22 at 9:30am

 

New Parents and Babies Playgroup (4-10 months) 

New parents and their babies find a space where they can play and chat about their child’s development at the Firehouse! Toys, music and bubbles will be provided to keep your infant entertained while you get to know other new families from the area.

Register now: Wednesdays at 11:30


New Parents Group (0-6 months)

New parents and their babies find a space where they can play and chat about their child’s development at the Firehouse! Toys, music and bubbles will be provided to keep your infant entertained while you get to know other new families from the area.

Registration Coming Soon:      January 14- February 4         February 11- March 3


Tykes Yoga (3-5 years)

Preschoolers love to move their bodies! This 45 minute workshop will explore basic yoga postures, active movement games and simple “sequence songs” to let kids express the full range of motion, flexibility, strength, awareness and potential of their incredible, growing bodies. We’ll begin and end with an age-appropriate mindfulness practice.  

*Adults are welcome to wait in the art room or fully participate in class activities, one caregiver per child if staying/participating*

Register now: February 29 at 10:45