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Music for Moms

Refill your cup by combining the joy of music with the bond of motherhood. Each de-stressing session will help you build a more positive mindset and bolster your confidence. The music therapy and wellness exercises will range from singing to songwriting, music listening, meditation, visualization/relaxation, stretching to music, and experimenting with some delightful instruments!


No music skills required! Simply bring your appreciation of music and a willingness to jump in.

Moms (18+) will enjoy:

  • Music experiences that bring rest and fun
  • The kind of healing that only comes through a connection with like-minded friends
  • Tools and skills that will help you at home

  • Insights regarding topics like being “good enough” and addressing “mom guilt”

Limited to 10 spots per class — register today!

Wednesdays, 5:30–6:30PM

4 sessions

March —
March: Mom Bod (Gaining Comfort and Connection with Body Changes)


  • March 6: Music meditation and songwriting (for bodily awareness / emotional expression)
  • March 13: Music meditation and progressive muscle relaxation to music
  • March 20: Group singing/chanting and deep breathing to music
  • March 27: Drum circle and music listening/analysis

April — Mom Brain (Coping with Forgetfulness and Insecurity)

  • Apr 10: Music meditation and music relaxation/visualization
  • Apr 17: Music listening/analysis and songwriting
  • Apr 24: Progressive muscle relaxation to music and music meditation (with rapid resolution therapy)
  • May 1: Songwriting and music listening/analysis

May — Healing Trauma

  • May 8: Music meditation and progressive muscle relaxation with music
  • May 15: Music listening/analysis and emotional freedom technique with music
  • May 22: Deep breathing and rapid resolution therapy to music
  • May 29: Art therapy mixed with music therapy and rapid resolution therapy to music

Four weekly classes for only $60!

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Georgia Stachofsky

Music Therapist

Music for Moms is facilitated by Georgia Stachofsky, a CBMT-certified music therapist and mom of three who understands firsthand the challenges and contentment of motherhood. Georgia is owner of a private practice for perinatal music therapy, A Joyful Hope, LLC.


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