You already know there are soooo many things you can do to enhance your child’s growth and development beginning at birth and continuing through the teen years.
You’ve heard that music is good for your child’s brain and their overall well-being, and that giving them opportunities to be creative and to play, connect and socialize with other kids is important too.
My decades of work with families have helped me to understand that creating relationships that really work for our children is THE BEST way to enhance growth, build confidence and develop innate gifts. And not just childhood friendships, this means relationships with teachers, coaches, caregivers and child care workers too.
If my words are resonating then I know you’re searching for something that not only provides skills for the body and education for the mind, but also care for the spirit.
Did you know ?
Music & the arts creates a bridge to thriving in life
Through voice, dance, drama, listening, playing and creating with instruments and one another, we can build a foundation for relationships that
- allow for emotional regulation, attachment and healing
- embrace a lifelong mindset of growth and learning
- help us stay connected us to ourselves
- participate in a healthy cycle of presence and joy
- nurture conscious parenting and care giving
After more than 45 years of teaching, nurturing, performing, healing and celebrating with families I can confidently say and see how learning through music and movement positively impacts development in a multitude of areas
- communication skills
- interpersonal skills
- fine motor skills
- gross motor skills
- cognitive skill