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Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie

Lisa is a homeschooling, homemaking, heart and hearth tending mother of two who has worked with parents and children for 30 years in many capacities, wearing many caps: as a midwife, early childhood educator, parent educator, group facilitator, caregiver and parent. She has trained and served in midwifery, childbirth education, Waldorf early childhood education, HypnoBirthing and Simplicity Parenting. She has served on the board of directors for LifeWays North America and on the WECAN Birth to Three Task Force. Lisa lives with her family in rural Vermont where she gardens and cooks, looks after hens, runs a business, and strives to parent from a place of slow and simple.

Questions? Comments? Email me!

About this Course

Join me for the month of August to incorporate those wonderful elements you love about Waldorf education into your home life.  

We'll focus on consciously creating an environment that is shaped by your family values and that in turn nourishes the growth of your family culture.  We'll explore ways to nourish awe, wonder and beauty in the home that reflect your values.

You'll be inspired and supported to create a rich, beautiful and nourishing home environment that is aligned with what is meaningful to you.

This course supports childhood, family life, strong relationships and celebrating the beauty that is Waldorf education.  Waldorf in the Home eCourse provides a  foundation for the early years of childhood and supports family life through the grade school years.

This course will help you create a strong foundation for a new school, homeschool or homemaking year!

I've deliberately kept the registration fee a low $25 to make it accessible to all!

I hope you'll join me.

With warm regards,

Lisa

Included with August's Celebrate the Rhythm of Life ~ living curriculum program membership here

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FAQS 

~ frequently asked questions

What do I need for this eCourse?

You need online access.

How much time do I need to spend on line each day?

Daily check in for 5-15 minutes is ideal.

What if I skip a day or several days?

That is fine, just go back at your pace and check in on the days you missed.

Do I need to be available or online at any specific times?

Not at all. If you can check in once a day, for 5-15 minutes, that is plenty.

How long will I have access to this course?

You will have access forever, indefinitely.

Is it all on one site? How easy is it to access?

It is all on a private site that is very easy to access and navigate.

Who sees the comments and discussions?

Only the members of the class. 

Do I have to participate and comment each day?

Participation is voluntary and you are free to speak out or not. I notice that the more class members participate, the better the class is for everyone. The real work is in bringing the daily notes and suggestions into your day and applying them.