New Mothers Circle: EVOLVE Series (Virtual)
The non-member rate for this 8 Session Series is $350 and the member rate is $300. Click here to purchase your membership today.
This circle is for mamas who have taken the New Mothers Circle OR for those who are willing and longing to go deep with a group of mamas and babes (5 months through early toddlerhood) in a facilitated, introspective format.
Motherhood is intense, complicated, and stirs up everything under the sun! Having a safe, meaningful container to meet yourself and others in the full range of motherhood is natural, optimal, and supports your wellness so that you can move through new-baby-having with confidence, empowerment, and trusted companions who are down to share this wild ride with intentionality and solidarity.
-Content covered in these sessions is included in the Details section below.
-There is a minimum of 10 mamas for this group to begin on the scheduled date. If needed, the group may be pushed back in order to allow for additional parents to join.
-Babies and young toddlers welcome but not required.
-Facilitators are professionals who may have their own private practice. They may use their discretion to determine whether an additional fee is needed when their expertise is solicited outside of class.
We will explore themes that commonly surface in and beyond motherhood including but not limited to:
-Sexual and romantic relationships
-Navigating friendship and social life
-(Re)Defining mission and purpose
-Exploring family values, and more
Each session offers time to connect and deepen as a group around what is arising for each participant in motherhood and beyond while also allowing time for masterfully-crafted exercises and processes to support rich, yet easeful exploration and discovery.
Ginny Zeppa is a parent educator and transformational coach. Through a Masters in Education, postpartum doula work, somatic psychology, and her own journey as a mother, she is devoted to understanding human development and growth. Fascinated by infancy and early life for both caregiving as well as transformational work, Ginny leans on evidence-based developmental theories as well as holistic parenting philosophies in her practice of somatic-based transformational modalities. She completed the Lifeways Early Childhood Year-Long Training in 2013 and is a founding parent at Golden Bridges School, the nation's first social-justice, Waldorf-inspired Farm school, in Mission Terrace, SF.