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Pomegranate Prenatal Yoga & Parent Center
25 Tamalpais Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Pomegranate provides families expecting an addition with yoga and other movement classes to promote health andMore well-being for both parents and kids. Besides prenatal yoga classes, Pomegranate also offers educational services and resources for parents-to-be. Gentle prenatal yoga is a safe and healthy way to relax and relieve pregnant bodies. For postnatal clients, there's Mom & Baby yoga and Pilates classes to help get back in shape. Support groups and workshops are also available, as are classes for the whole family and childcare. 
Robin's Nest Pre-Schools
100 Shaw Dr, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Cindy and Rob Rowley founded the Robin's Nest in 1985. The school is named after their daughter, Robin.TheyMore have been at this location about 23 years. Children entering their toddler program do not need to be potty trained; teachers will work along with parents to train your child. Parental participation is always welcome at their three locations.
Sleepy Hollow Nursery School
1317 Butterfield Rd, San Anselmo, CA 94960

The Sleep Hollow Nursery School process invites parents to come in and observe the school at anytime. RegistrationMore requires current immunization records, a current physical clearance from your pediatrician, required registration fee and completed information and permission forms provided in the enrollment package.

The school serves two healthy snacks each day. Parents can provide lunch or choose the daily lunch program. Parents are invited to volunteer and Spanish is taught and spoken. Two other enrichment programs are Nature Teacher and Art. There are two, three, and four-day tuitions available.

Marin Mindfulness Cooperative
39 Merced Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
A unique space for children to play and learn the basics of mindfulness with parents during weekday morning classes,More vacation programs and monthly groups. The Children's Cooperative offers programs for children that consist of hatha yoga, dharma stories, mindfulness practice as well as games and other outdoor activities. The parent and teacher's education groups encourage a mindful understanding of child development that has been found to be beneficial to early brain development and positive qualities in children.
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