Time: Sunday mornings and early afternoon
Cost: $295 for an 8-Class Session
Upcoming Working Mothers’ Gathering Classes
Sundays 10am – 11:30am: New session starts November 10th – Register Now!
Mothers’ Gathering Perks
*Perks must be used within your eight-week session.
Pre-registration required. You can register for the Working Mothers’ Gathering, Mommy and Me class, by calling the store at (818) 380-3111 or through the online registration page. Classes for working mothers start every four weeks and they do fill up fast. We recommend getting on our priority list (fill out the form below) while pregnant or Reserve Your Spot to ensure a space in one of our Mothers’ Gatherings.Register Now!
We know that your first year with your baby can be extremely hard especially when going back to work!
You might be feeling tired and overwhelmed, we want to help! So much more than just a “Mommy and Me” class, our Working Moms classes are Education & Support groups for moms who are looking for information and friendship. Not just a baby group, or a class where moms will be told how to parent their child, but a place to gather the information and tools to determine what fits best for you and your child.
Our philosophy is that there is not one “right way” to parent, and what works for you might not work for another mother. And what might work one week, might not work the next. We give you tips and strategies for your parenting toolbox, helping you to find confidence in your parenting skills and choices.
Our Working mommies are grouped together with other mothers whose babies’ birthdays are generally within several months of each other, so that everyone is going through the same ups and downs, and you have a network of support.
This 90-minute class is held 2 times a month and there is typically six to twelve moms and babies. Each class includes a specific topic led by the expert instructor, an open-forum discussion and Q&A time, as well as opening/closing songs and movement activities with your baby.
Facilitated by our wonderful Mothers’ Gathering instructor Tamara Levy Eromo, Ps.D.