Tuesdays, May 12 to June 2 6:30-9:00pm Scripps clinic carmel valley 5th floor conference room
Enhance your parenting skills through this powerful and practical course that teaches effective parenting skills in a supportive, loving and nonjudgmental atmosphere. Learn the four principles of why children misbehave and how to nurture self-sufficient, responsible and self-confident children by using techniques that build mutual respect, create positive motivational messages, prevent sibling rivalry and minimize power struggles. This course if taught by a supportive and experienced instructor, Jackie Hartman.
The cost is $200/member family, $395/nonmember family. Fee does not include textbook and/or workbook, which are $30.
Have you been hearing about essential oils lately? It seems like almost everyone is talking about them!
Come join us as Carol Yeh-Garner teaches a workshop on how to incorporate essential oils into your life. She'll be sharing about how you can replace almost everything in your medicine cabinet with safe, all-natural alternatives.
Join a Scripps women's health physical therapist to learn how you can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles during the postpartum period. Easy exercises will be demonstrated to help you improve your muscle strength and function. Attend the class and stay for the Breastfeeding Support Group immediately following. Call 800-7272-4777 to register. This class is free.
Is your baby happy on his tummy, or is he one of the majority who fusses, screams and cries when place down? This class provides more than an hour of FUN learning about the importance of tummy time and practicing basic moves and easy modifications to help ensure that tummy time is a happy time. This class is for babies 0 to 6-7 months old up to two caregivers. The cost is $35/class for members (use code PC2014), $45 for nomembers. Register at www.moveplaygrow.com/
Scripps Clinic, 3811 Valley Centre Drive, SD 92130, 5th Floor Conference Room
Saturday, June 20 / 9:30am-12noon
Scripps Memorial Hospital, Schaetzel Center, Walker Room
During the first year, there is so much to learn while juggling work and personal responsibilities. This parenting class is offered as a sequel to the Basic Training for Dads-to-Be class and addresses the issues most relevant to fathers who have newborns to 1-year-olds.
For more information or to register, call 858-380-4636 or log onto www.newdadsclass.com. Space is limited.
Saturday, June 20, 2015 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm — Thomas & Friends Family Day is in full steam, huffing and puffing along. It’s totally Thomas at the San Diego Model Railroad Museum. Come in character whether it’s a costume, shirt, or pajama we are having a Thomas Train Bash! Jump, wiggle and giggle to a musical performance from The Boo Hoo Crew at 11:30 am, create your own Thomas & Friends mask, or be the director of the railway like Sir Topham Hatt and operate our “G” scale train with Thomas and Percy on the tracks. This is a family day celebration not to miss!
The San Diego Model Railroad Museum is open Tuesday-Friday11:00 AM - 4:00 PM and 11:00 AM - 5:00 PMon Saturday and Sunday. Children 5 and under are free, adult admission is $10
The San Diego Model Railroad Museum is Located in the Heart of Balboa Park in the Lower Level of Casa De Balboa Building along with the San Diego History Center and Museum of Photographic Arts. When entering the building go to the center and down the central staircase.
1649 El Prado Suite 4
San Diego, CA 92101
South Park is a neighborhood nestled between North Park and Golden Hill, just east of Balboa Park and northeast of San Diego. Walkabout is a quarterly fun-filled festival to introduce you to South Park's unique and independent boutiques, cafes and stores.
Join a Scripps women's health physical therapist to learn how you can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles during the postpartum period. Easy exercises will be demonstrated to help you improve your muscle strength and function. Attend the class and stay for the Breastfeeding Support Group immediately following. Call 800-727-4777 to register. This event is free.
Join Scripps surgeon, Steven Chen, MD, as he discusses new techniques in breast cancer surgery that can help to preserve the look of the breast and reduce side effects of surgery while maintaining excellent outcomes. $2.50 cash or check at the door.