Our postnatal education classes are pure magic. They are full of laughter, tears, education, support and so much more! You are grouped with other moms whose babies were born within a month of each other and our team of highly sought-after professionals in our community present throughout the class series, offering a truly unique and special experience. We talk about the real stuff...the stuff that makes you feel lonely, isolated, and guilty that you're feeling it. We handle the postnatal period with extreme care and take great pride in bringing moms together, providing the support needed, and fostering a bond unlike any other you’ll have as a mom. Our classes provide a mom center and are for EVERY mom.
I recommend The New Mom School to all of my pregnant patients. Whether they are on their first pregnancy journey or adding a new baby to a family with a busy toddler, they learn skills and get support through one of life’s most challenging transitions. Most women receive education, advice, and support through their pregnancy and delivery. However, the fourth trimester can become a time of isolation, while fraught with new difficulties including sleep deprivation, breastfeeding, and pelvic floor recovery. The New Mom School brings together excellent consultants, and women are grouped with peers, which often leads to lasting friendships.
The transition into being a new mom is joyous but can be tremendously overwhelming and isolating. A new mom’s health and emotional state impacts her newborn’s health and having the right support following a child’s birth is essential for any new mom. I recommend The New Mom School to every new mother.
The postnatal period is delicate and many new mothers aren’t able to obtain the support they need following the birth of their baby. The repercussions of this lack of support can have a negative effect on mom and baby. The New Mom School provides this much-needed service that medical professionals aren’t able to. I recommend this community to all new mothers.
The New Mom School provides an unparalleled environment of friendship, encouragement and education, so new moms can bond with one another as well as their new babies. I absolutely recommend The New Mom School to any new mom – you need a community to not only share in the joys of motherhood but also support you through the inevitable challenges!
Saving grace. Those are the two words that would best describe what The New Mom School classes were for me – they were my saving grace.
This class was exactly what I needed, but had no idea I needed it. It saved my life as a new mom. I thought I was just meeting other new moms but the classes exceeded all expectations and provided so much more information and guidance than I could have ever imagined. It was the absolute best experience as a new mom and I will cherish the weeks spent in classes forever.
This class truly changed my life. I was blown away by the amount of information and knowledge I was able to gain in my classes. And on top of that, I was able to meet an amazing group of mommies...which led to lunches together, play dates, birthdays, and even vacation!
Motherhood was nothing like I expected it to be and The New Mom School offered a safe and nurturing place where I could be open and honest about my true feelings. I was ashamed to share my struggles on social media and even with my friends so the fact that I had this environment was life-changing. I arrived a ball of nerves on the first day and by the end of the first class, it was like a weight had been lifted and I felt normal for feeling this way. I can't imagine what my experience would have been like as a new mom without The New Mom School.
an often disheveled woman who has recently given birth and is filled with more love than she ever thought possible. She has an endless amount of questions and craves the support of other new moms.
“Our classes are a judgment-free zone where the mommy wars are left at the door and moms support and empower one another regardless of their parenting style. Whether you use disposable or cloth diapers, breastfeed or formula feed, co-sleep or work full time, your class will become your lifeline.”
Congratulations on your upcoming arrival! You might be wondering why you might need classes once your baby arrives. We like to say that postnatal classes are equally, if not more important, than prenatal classes because now the baby is actually here and there are an endless amount of questions and worries that we can help with. We created our pre-registration option so you have a space secured in our classes once the baby arrives. And registering while you are pregnant allows you to take advantage of our early-bird registration fee!
A new mom experience like nothing else in our mom center. Our unique and magical newborn class series is what we're known for. After your baby is born, your life changes overnight. You are sleep deprived, overwhelmed, emotional, excited, worried if what your baby is doing is normal, and feel a vast array of other emotions. Nothing can really prepare you for having a newborn, but having support from other moms going through exactly what you are can make a world of difference. Our Newborn class series is organized by your baby's birth month and will become your lifeline as you tackle the exciting, yet overwhelming, journey of being a new mom.
You’ve survived the newborn phase, now what?! Your baby is growing so quickly and there are so many questions and lots of unchartered territory in the infant phase! Our Infant class series begins when babies are between 3 and 6 months old and includes all of the information you need for the next stage in your baby’s life. This class series covers an array of topics developmentally appropriate for your growing infant.
A more casual, informal version of our infant classes, our playgroups are a way to stay connected to our community and have a fun, safe place to come each week to continue your learning as a mom while your child has the chance to socialize and play! The best part? They can get messy and you don’t have to clean it up!
The birth of your second child isn’t quite like the birth of your first. You have so much more confidence in the newborn phase yet it doesn’t come without its challenges. Our Second Time Moms class covers an array of topics to help support you, your older child, and your new baby through the transition. Come learn, laugh, and connect with other moms who are sharing the same experience. This class is just for mom and the new baby!
Toddlers are a very special breed! They are opinionated, want to do everything for themselves on their own timetable, and are masters at the tantrum! This 8-week class series includes an incredible amount of tools to help you connect with your child so you can continue to build the joyful and trusting relationship you always hoped for. And for some of you, you just want to know how to make the tantrums stop and have a more agreeable and flexible child so you can have a happier home. This class will help you with that and so much more. This class series is taught by the incredible Hayley Goldberg, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. It is centered around using positive tools and techniques to gain a deeper understanding of your child’s behavior.
There are many unexpected challenges that can arise in the first weeks of breastfeeding and without the proper education and support, moms often give up earlier than they had originally planned. Our complimentary weekly Breastfeeding Support Group is led by Shelly Jacobs, IBCLC. Join other breastfeeding moms to have all of your questions answered and challenges addressed.
Often times new moms are told having the "baby blues" is normal and it will pass but if you feel you are having a hard time coping with the adjustment of having a new baby and feel you need extra support, please join us for our weekly, complimentary Postpartum Adjustment Support Group. Join other new moms to have all of your questions answered and challenges addressed. Our group meets weekly on Wednesday at 2pm led by Shira Kfir, LCSW.
Join other mothers who are navigating this transition of returning to work after parental leave and or currently back at work to address the challenges and receive support. We will be discussing what mothers experience while pursuing a career and parenting. Our time is for you, so bring your questions and be around other like-minded women that understand what you are going through and receive collaborative answers or knowing you are just not alone.