February 3-March 25, Tuesdays, 11am–12pm
Supporting and Understanding Your Baby’s Developmental Process: Laying the Groundwork for Lifelong Learning
For babies five months and older: Parents learn to support their baby's movement, encouraging balanced and coordinated sitting, crawling, and walking. Babies improve their coordination, balance, orientation, strength and ease of movement. Through developmentally appropriate games, song, and parent's hands-on techniques, babies approach and refine their reaching, crawling, cruising, climbing steps, squatting, and balance in standing. These movements are the building blocks for becoming a proficient walker.
Child’Space: the Chava Shelhav Method is based on the theories of Moshe Feldenkrais.