Discover a more rewarding and compassionate approach to parenting with one of MeWeBe mindful parenting classes. Traditional parenting methods are often prescriptive, with a focus on specific strategies and techniques that are supposed to produce well-behaved children. While these approaches may work in the short term, they often fail to take into account the unique needs and personalities of each child and can lead to a lack of connection between parent and child.

Instead, mindful parenting prioritises being present and attentive to the needs of your child in the moment. This approach encourages parents to approach each situation with curiosity and openness, and to respond in a way that is sensitive to their child’s emotions and needs. Rather than trying to control or manipulate their child’s behaviour, a mindful parenting approach is based on creating a supportive and nurturing environment that allows their child to grow and develop in their own unique way.

In addition, mindful parenting emphasises the importance of self-awareness and self-compassion for parents, helping you build emotional resilience, develop empathy, and reduce stress. By cultivating practices such as meditation, yoga, or journaling, you’ll become better equipped to handle the challenges of being a parent.

Overall, mindful parenting offers a more intuitive and compassionate approach to raising happy and healthy children. At its core, mindful parenting is about fostering a deeper sense of connection and understanding between parent and child. By tuning into your child’s individual needs and tapping into your intuition, you can create a nurturing and supportive environment that allows your child to flourish and grow into a happy and healthy adult.

If you’re looking for a way to connect more deeply with your child and create a supportive home environment, consider exploring the principles of mindful parenting.

Our parenting courses will support you to:

  • Learn skills to reduce stress and find balance
  • Increase your confidence and appreciate your own parenting journey
  • Enhance parent/child relationship through self-awareness, self-regulation and self-compassion
  • Realise the impact and importance of being present
  • Move beyond fear, and transition to the dynamic of your enhanced family
  • Enjoy a community of like-minded parents

Below you’ll find the curriculum we run during our Mindfulness for Parents online courses.

Listening Mothers

Calm, Cool and Attached (Even When the Little One Wails)

The Listening Mother online course offers a unique opportunity for mothers of babies birth through 12 months of age to discover the joys of parenting. The science-based curriculum will help you turn the present moment into a positive moment.

Listening Mothers meets for 90 minutes weekly, for six weeks. The fee is £180 and we offer a sliding scale.


  • Week 1: Transition to parenting. Self-care and being your own parent.
  • Week 2: Deepening personal inquiry and skills
  • Week 3: Deepening presence
  • Week 4: What nourishes your roots?
  • Week 5: Deepen the understanding of the transition to motherhood and how this impacts your world and key relationships
  • Week 6: Future growth and development

To register your interest, please get in touch here.

Finding Calm With Mindfulness

Strengthening Bonds Through the Path of Self-Kindness

Our Finding Calm (Curiosity, Acceptance, Love and Mindfulness) online course offers a unique opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn mindful-based skills to help reduce stress, enhance strong bonds, explore mindful self-compassion and encourage balance.

Finding Calm meets for 90 minutes weekly, for six weeks. The fee for an individual is £180, discounted rate of £270 is available for couples.


  • Week 1: Introduce mindfulness, self-care, and common humanity.
  • Week 2: Calm Mind: Understanding our brain’s responses to stress
  • Week 3: Calm Body: Understanding our body’s response to stress
  • Week 4: Calm Connection: Understanding attunement and practising active listening
  • Week 5: Calm Emotion: Changing our reactions and responses to triggers
  • Week 6: Calm Enough: Practicing gratitude and “Good Enough Parent”

To register your interest, please get in touch here.

Alternatively, MeWeBe offers several other options for those wishing to learn meditation and mindfulness: click on the links below to find a path to the process that sounds the best for you, or contact me to be consulted on the best approach.

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