Our Parent-Child retreats are designed to increase intimacy with your child and to provide valuable tools to assist in communicating at home. Our goal is to help strengthen the bond between children and their significant adult.

*Note: A significant adult could be a parent, guardian, grandparent, aunt, uncle or you tell us! The goal here is to support the child and whoever is an important adult to them they can trust in their pre-teen and teen years.

Kids experience so many changes in their bodies as they reach puberty. Often, these changes can have a big impact on how parents and children relate to each other. We’ll provide time for mindful movement together, education and questions to explore what is going on during these years of change and discovery.

Would you like to schedule a private retreat for your school, church, or organization?

We are open to designing a retreat to fit your group or organizations needs! We can create a retreat for different pairs, such as Father-Child, Mother-Daughter, Grandparent-Grandchild – just ask, and we can work with you! Please contact us at info@madhatterwellness.com.

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What to Expect

The Parent-Child Retreat begins with partner yoga. This is a fun and playful way for moms and daughters to deepen their bond.

After yoga, we split for workshops designed specifically for parents and children. Each will learn more about what’s going on at this stage in the child’s life, and how to interact peacefully.

Following the workshops, we’ll come back together for a hands-on experience to bring everything together. We’ll have the opportunity to practice what we learned in our workshops before ending the afternoon with a beautiful relaxation.

Open to caregivers and children in grades 4-8.

What Parents and Children are Saying about the Retreat

I learned some great strategies to better communicate with my daughter and felt more bonded when we were done! 

Jen L. - Parent December 23, 2015

I really liked doing yoga with Katie and it was really fun to do it together with my mom!

Madigan L. – Student November 11, 2015

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