Learn how to connect to the true sources of healing that give life meaning and purpose. Shape your relationships, your work, and your life merely through the quality of your presence.
Magenta offers practices, tools, methods, and systems to help you become a force for self-healing and world-healing.
To learn more, watch the video (to the left) I did with them about Stress Management Strategies.
Kate Hammond graduated from Emerson College with a certificate in Waldorf Teacher training specializing in Early Childhood Education. She has taught children from infant to kindergarten, children with special needs, and movement classes. In the last decade her focus has been mostly on parent-child classes and parenting classes. She has had a lifelong interest in adult education and has enjoyed living in many anthroposophical communities all over the world. She currently offers several courses on parenting and has a wonderful blog on her website. Dr Daci encourages parents to take advantage of this wonderful resource in our community.
Join us for online Iyengar inspired yoga classes with Clare Venet. This is a multi-level class appropriate for beginners and advanced students with guidance for both.
Clare has over 40 years experience teaching yoga, trained with Master Iyengar, and is very well-loved by her students.
Sunday 9:30 to 10:30 am
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am to 10am
Tuesday 6pm to 7pm
Community Supported Postpartum
Imagine a gathering of mothers and babies in your community, being acknowledged and supported, cultivating your unique art of mothering, creating a network of support and friendship. learning practical ways to care for yourself from the wise folks in your community. in the midst of a joyful gathering with your babies.
This is Mothering Arts!
Welcome to Sonoma County's only Community Supported Kitchen (CSK).
We provide delicious prepared foods with the finest ingredients available to us. We choose locally-sourced, farm-fresh, seasonal, gluten-free, and organic when possible.
At all stages of education, Summerfield’s curriculum is designed to develop not only the student’s mind but also their character. It develops empathy, collaboration, and shared responsibility between students, teachers and the world around us, cultivating openness to possibilities and a sense of stewardship. Course content focuses on giving students an in-depth understanding of the subject at hand while providing them a context to work on themselves as emerging individuals.