Flores Cleans for U is a family and locally owned business that has been serving the DMV area. We provide trustworthy, professional and quality cleaning service to our clients’ homes. Our goal is to make our clients happy when coming back to their homes and to facilitate our clients’ time so they can spend their time doing the things they love.
Akoma Counseling Concepts, LLC is a female minority owned mental health counseling and consultation practice that specializes in women’s mental health. We also specialize in perinatal mental health counseling. We provide counseling services to women on site/in-office in the metro Washington, DC area.
We provide consulting services to community, education, or health care professionals to promote mental health awareness , advocacy, and cultural competency in the work place. We provide continuing education and training on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (postpartum depression, miscarriage, fertility issues, perinatal loss, and postpartum anxiety). Clinical supervision services are available.
For Love of Children (FLOC) mission is to provide educational support and services beyond the classroom to help students succeed from second grade through college and career. We offer intervention tutoring programs meant for students who are behind in reading and/or math. Our tutors start where the students are to help build their foundational skills in these subjects. After 28 hours, students can regain at least 1 year of grade level proficiency. We work exclusively with the DC population by teaching, empowering and transforming students’ lives through our Neighborhood Tutoring Program. Along with coaching through college and career readiness in our City Leaders program.
P.A.C.E. provides weekly groups facilitated by mental health professionals for moms to share and learn together. We have groups for first-time moms and for second-time moms, each with relevant discussion topics.
Power Tots leads fun, safe, and empowering movement classes at your child’s school, childcare center, or after-school program. Now offering classes in-person in local parks around the DMV and NYC area as well as live virtual classes anytime over Google Meet. For over 30 years, our proven curriculum has helped children ages 12 months to 12 years grow physically, mentally, and emotionally— setting the stage for a lifetime of healthy habits.
We believe in the power of play to help children learn about themselves and their world. Through adventure and fun, we encourage kids to take risks, build resilience, and celebrate their achievements all in a supportive and non-competitive environment.
Our programs tap into a critical time in children’s lives when their brains are rapidly developing. New movements, such as walking across a balance beam or rolling like a ball, nourish the brain’s learning center and teach kids how to listen, focus, and follow directions.
I am a mental health provider focusing primarily on women in the perinatal period and women struggling with motherhood or adjusting to life changes. I also see people who are looking to gain deeper insight into themselves or a particular situation. I am available for telehealth throughout DC and VA, and can see fully vaccinated individuals in my Herndon, VA office.
Moonlit Wings performing arts programs are WINNERS of Washington Family Magazine’s 2020 “Best for Families” contest for the categories of “Best Arts Program” and “Best Children’s Theatre & Drama Instruction.” These award-winning programs include acting classes, camps and advising for arts college admissions. Founded in 2008, Moonlit Wings Productions produces creative events and award-winning educational programs that elevate the greater DC area as a major hub for theater and filmmaking through collaborations from NY, LA and beyond.
If you are in the midst of a significant life transition, a stressful change, a daunting medical diagnosis, or a painful loss, I am glad you found my page. Perhaps you are caring for a loved one, and find yourself mentally and physically exhausted, or you’re a health care professional feeling overwhelmed. Or maybe you are about to embark on treatment for cancer or another illness, and are struggling with a tangled ball of emotions. In my work with clients, I create a safe space to unpack and explore these issues, and to be a companion on your journey toward healing, growth, and transformation. Whatever brought you here today: I am here to listen. My specialties are counseling adults of all ages (from college-aged to elders) who are experiencing a medical illness, grief, loss, and/or trauma, family caregivers taking care of a sick or elderly loved one, and health care workers. I have 15+ year experience counseling adults who are coping with a diagnosis of cancer, HIV/AIDS, & other chronic illnesses. I strive to be warm, affirming, and culturally sensitive, and I am personally rooted in a desire for social justice. When I am not with clients or my family, I am a busy activist & volunteer in the gun violence prevention movement, in my faith community, & at my daughter’s school. I’m located in Brookland and Dupont Circle and available by a secure teletherapy platform. I look forward to hearing your story.
The Lane is a family social club in Ivy City in Washington, DC. Our mission is to be a positive gathering space to create community and fun for families in the DC area. We offer an indoor/outdoor play space where children 6 and under can play safely while parents relax, eat, and drink. While the pandemic has shifted our offerings, we are still committed to being a hub of activity for young families. We are currently housing daily learning pods while school is virtual and using our space for select classes and private events. We look forward to bringing open play, food and drinks, and birthday parties back into our daily operation as it becomes safe to do so.
Partners in Learning provides educational support to families and independent schools in the D.C. metro area. PIL offers one-on-one tutoring, enrichment, speech-language therapy, behavioral support, assessments, consulting, and professional development.
Specializations include supporting students with specific learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, receptive/expressive language deficits, students learning English as a second language, and autism. Additionally, PIL offers a variety of workshops to train teachers in supporting students in areas of need.
We enjoy supporting students from a variety of schools and work closely with teachers to align content and ensure students carry over skills from tutoring and speech into the classroom. Some of the schools that our students attend include GDS, St. Patricks, NPS, Landon, St. Albans, Lowell, Maret, Norwood, and public schools in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
Prenatal Yoga is designed especially for the expecting mother. This form of yoga is tailored to meet the ever-changing needs of women in all stages of pregnancy. This practice provides a safe space for expecting mothers to move, breathe, and connect with their babe and others who are expecting. This class is appropriate for all experience levels. Class will feature breathing techniques, opening the hips, pelvic floor exercises, guided meditation, improved circulation, preparing the body for birth, and an extended savasana (resting pose). Practicing Yoga during pregnancy can also alleviate many of the discomforts of pregnancy, such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain, and sciatica. The gentle movements offered throughout this class are intended to reduce the aches and pains that accompany pregnancy in a nurturing and supportive environment.
Founded with a passion to improve the lives of early learners, Rhyme to Read aspires to embolden all children with a zeal for reading. As educators, we set out to create an easy-to-use and accessible resource to help young students gain the skills and confidence needed for future success. The Rhyme to Read books and activities are designed to be intuitive, interactive, and inclusive for children of all backgrounds.We have been so humbled by the overwhelming response from parents and teachers that Rhyme to Read has provided the missing link to building a strong literacy foundation for young readers.
Our online programs will give your child space to create, find purpose, and learn new skills. Please join us for Weekly Classes starting in January, Winter Workshops in December when school is out, and don’t forget about our awesome online Birthday Parties! Bring structure, calm, and the joy of Art to your home with the Children’s Art Programs.
Tara Parekh Photography is based out of Alexandria, VA and is known for her vibrant and stunning images with a modern twist. She specializes in family portraits, newborn, and maternity photos and additionally photographs weddings and elopements, engagements, events, and more. She’s been a photographer ever since she was very young but is also formally trained with a Masters of Arts degree in Digital Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Your session with Tara will be relaxed and fun and she will prepare you ahead of time with what to expect. Tara also overs beautiful photography albums. They are a great way to display and showcase your photographs. Please get in touch with her through her website, http://www.taraparekh.com
Welcome to Rockville’s “little school with a big heart.” Christ Episcopal School is a co-ed independent Episcopal School serving students in preschool – grade 8. Located in downtown Rockville, CES has been educating students in the Episcopal tradition since 1966. We provide the greater Montgomery County community with a top-notch and affordable private school education to students of all backgrounds.
Our mission has always been to provide a caring, values-focused, rigorous academic program where students get individualized attention from small class sizes (12:1 student/teacher ratio).
School Motto: Inspiring Minds to Learn, Hearts to Love, Hands to Serve. Learn more at https://www.cesrockville.org/about.