Imagine a circle of mothers and babies in your community
... being cared for and appreciated by other women
... cultivating your unique art of mothering
... creating a network of support and friendship
... learning the secrets of self-care from the wise women in your community
... in the midst of a joyful gathering with your babies
This is Mothering Arts.
Mothering Arts is a place to Connect with yourself, with your baby and with your community.
For 6 years our inter-generational gathering have been a place where we bring local resources to you, all with one thing in common:nurturing the postpartum journey.
This winter, our 10 week series invites the theme of nurturing to support you on your unique path of mothering, for mothering is truly an art.
What to expect:
- You will learn songs and games to connect deeply using the language of childhood.
- Learn simple nurturing practices to add to your day that will keep you grounded and nourished.
- Meet local wisdom keepers offering resources and practical tools focused on uplifting the postpartum journey.
- Share the unseen work of mothering in a nurturing space of support, acknowledgement and friendship which blossoms long after our group ends
* If you are pregnant and interested in joining once your baby is in arms, you are welcome to visit.
Reciprocity: $275-375 sliding scale
(Why sliding scale? Those mamas who pay extra, offer a little more to those mamas who may need a scholarship to join. Thank you!)
Classes this winter include:
- Baby Massage and the importance of nurturing touch for babies and parents.
- Mother Warming and Vitality through the lens of traditional Chinese medicine and herbs.
- Nurturing your relationships (with yourself and your partner).
- A hands-on meal planning and prep workshop, you will leave with 3 quarts of yummy foods for the week
- more to be announced in the next two weeks.
Mothers with babies in their first year are warmly welcomed to join
Tuesdays, January 8th- March 19th (skipping Tuesday Feb 19th)
Morning Group meets from 9:30-11am
Afternoon Group meets from 12:30-2pm
Kerry's cozy home 2658 S. Edison St. Graton, CA
Kerry Ingram lives in Graton, California with her husband Michael and son Francis. She is a trained Waldorf teacher and LifeWays graduate with years of early childhood experience, including running an in-home LifeWays program, Little Red Farmhouse. Kerry is also a certified postpartum doula through Innate Traditions and the creator of the Community Suppported Postpartum facilitator course. She created Mothering Arts in 2012 with the vision to inspire local multi-generational gatherings in communities everywhere to nurture the nurturer and uplift the postpartum year.
Read more about Kerry, her vision education and experience here.