Parent Workshop Series

Supporting Infants & Children with Sleep

In partnership with

Heart Centered Holistic Sleep Coaching

Workshop Details

If you have a little one, under the age of 8 years old, then – you are most definitely in the right place!

Whether you are currently experiencing sleep struggles with your infant or child, or not, this workshop will arm you with some knowledge and tricks that will help the whole family feel more rested.

Because sleep needs and challenges depend a lot on age and development, there are 3 different age-specific workshops planned. Choosing a workshop according to your child’s age will help give you a better understanding of your child’s sleep, and what you can expect as they grow. 

In addition to learning some really gentle and holistic sleep strategies, you will leave feeling calmer and more confident in troubleshooting your child’s sleep struggles.

Plus, there will be time for questions!


what to expect?

These workshops are based on Maisie’s unique heart-centered and holistic approach to sleep and parenting. The information shared will vary depending on the workshop you choose, but these are some of the shared themes:

Choose Your Workshop

Age-Specific Content

Young Infants
(0 - 6 months)

February 23rd from 9:00am till 11:00am

Older Infants
(6 - 18 months)*

March 2nd from 9:00am till 11:00am

Toddlers & Kids
(18 months to 8 years)

March 9th from 6:00pm till 8:00pm

All workshops will take place online via Zoom

* The Toddler Workshop is open to families with infants aged 12 to 18 months who are unable to attend the Older Infant Workshop. Some information may not be relevant until much older, but there is enough overlap that you will still benefit from attending. 

Meet Maisie

Maisie is a psychiatric nurse, a peaceful parenting educator, and a holistic sleep coach. She has an international practice supporting families to gently and responsively parent their children to sleep (without sleep training).

She lives, works and plays in the beautiful Alberni Valley, otherwise known as the traditional unceded territory of the Hupacsath and Tseshaht People. When she is not busy chasing her twin boys, or out in the forest, she’s learning ways to support families better.