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Teaching children how to tie their own shoes is one way to help young children learn self-reliance. When they learn self-reliance, they may be open to try new things on their own and develop into more independent, capable, and skilled children, teens, and adults. This skill is an important milestone for children and teens! There are multiple benefits to teaching children how to tie their shoes. It helps them to work on their fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, bilateral coordination, and dexterity. In addition to these physical benefits on the social side it helps children stimulate independence and lead to increased confidence in their own abilities.

Teaching shoe tying is a difficult task. Let us help! Call us today for upcoming dates and availability.

***Please bring check or cash on the first day of class

Classes are taught by Courtney Deatrich, a pediatric occupational therapist with 7+ years of experience. Assisted by Noha Elfar, an adult occupational Therapist with 8 + years.


  • Self Esteem
  • Independence
  • Bilateral Coordination
  • Eye-hand Coordination
  • In-hand manipulation
  • Dexterity


This is a 45-minute yoga class for children between the ages of 5-9. This class will teach your child self-awareness, compassion, balance, creativity, and healthiness on a physical and psychological level. This is a fun filled class involving music, poses, yoga games, meditation & more! They will start the series as our “Yogi Cubs” and end the series as our “Yogi Bears!

***Once you register we will send you PayPal invoice to secure your spot

Classes conducted by Noha Elfar and Courtney Deatrich, both are occupational therapists and certified kids’ yoga instructors.


  • Mindfulness
  • Noncompetitive Activity
  • Self-Esteem
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Balance
  • Manage Stress
  • Breathing Awareness
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Focus/Concentration
  • Body Awareness

My Grown-up & Me Yoga

This is a 45-minute yoga class is for 3-4-years old with a grownup taking the class along with them. It could be Mom, Dad, grandparent, helper, big sister/brother, etc. Taking this class with your child is a perfect bonding opportunity and fosters better communication. It can help your child sleep better, can help with digestion, and much more! Your child will also feel a sense of pride in showing you their practice.