Classes & Breastfeeding Support Group

Healthy Horizons offers a variety of breastfeeding education and baby classes

All classes and support groups are on our HIPAA compliant online video conferencing system.

Breastfeeding Support Group

0-6+ Months Online

Healthy Horizons Breastfeeding Support group has been a staple of the community for over 25 years. This group supports breastfeeding relationships with new moms, babies, and their families. Parents may buy a pass for six classes that can be used consecutively or spontaneously. You may also purchase one group at a time.

Price: The drop-in support group rate is $35, and $180 for the 6 Week Package

Time: Weekly on Thursdays Led by Maggie Kler, IBCLC

Prenatal Breastfeeding Online Class

Secrets to Success


This class builds confidence in new parents as they begin their breastfeeding journey with their newborn and helps new moms and their partners learn the secrets to successful breastfeeding.  


Topics include the first feeding, skin to skin, signs that baby is getting enough milk, baby behaviors, feeding cues, proper positioning and latch, feeding frequency and duration, what to expect during the first few weeks, bottle feeding and how to express and store milk.  


Price: $70 per person

One support person, such as your partner or parent is permitted


Time: First Tuesday of the month

Private classes available upon request

Back to Work Online Class


This class goes over going back to work, questions to ask potential caregivers, options for pumping and storing milk, and ways to plan around work schedules. Understanding the basics of going back to work and your options with accommodations can make the transition easier and help extend the breastfeeding relationship between mom and baby.  


Price: $35 per person


Time: First Monday of every month at 9:45am

Private classes available upon request


If you would like more information about Healthy Horizons providing Breastfeeding Accommodations at your workplace please Contact Us Here

Infant and Child CPR and First Aid Hand-On Online Class


Infant and Child CPR and First Aid certifies you in CPR and First Aid for two years by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI). The class is taught by Quijuan Maloof, a highly awarded paramedic from San Francisco. He is a wonderfully caring and considerate instructor who makes the class extremely interactive and interesting and perfect for all ages. Great for new parents, grandparents, caregivers, babysitters, and those looking to be re-certified.


You will learn the basic hands-on skills needed to perform CPR (including rescue breathing), use an AED (automated external defibrillator) device, and the entire range of basic first aid (including choking and poisons) so you will feel safe and prepared for your infant/child.  This class will also briefly review CPR and choking for adults and pregnant women.


Price: $95 per person

Time: Second Sunday of the month

Private classes available upon request

Baby Sign Language Online Class

Want to be a baby whisperer? Baby Sign Language gives babies the opportunity to communicate long before they can verbalize their wants and needs. Signing with babies accelerates language acquisition, reduces frustration, enhances a child's self-esteem, and deepens the bond between parent and child.

This 1.5 hour introductory workshop will introduce you to 45+ signs. Fun exercises and games will show you how easy it can be to integrate these signs into your everyday routine and jump-start your child’s verbal communication. You are welcome to bring your baby, but it is not required.

Price: $45 per family

Time: Monthly Introductory Class and 6-Week Play Series

Private classes available upon request

Infant Nutrition Private Online Class: The Practical Guide to Introducing Solids

Build confidence in your ability to provide healthy meals for your baby. Let a Registered Dietitian help navigate you through the confusing (and often conflicting) advice for introducing solids. Learn about different approaches to complementary feeding and become empowered to decide how you will nourish your baby.


Topics include: signs of readiness (why you may have been advised to start too soon), progression of textures to offer, traditional vs BLW approach, how to introduce solids while still supporting your breastfeeding goals, signs your baby is getting enough, introducing common allergens, ensuring adequate iron and vitamin D, when to start cow’s milk (and how much), food safety and choking prevention, when to transition to an open cup, how to modify family recipes for baby, as well as sample menus.

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