If you’ve been wanting to give your child the ultimate springboard to success, this is exactly what you’ve been waiting for:
Living the Waldorf Life Homestudy
How to Create a Fabulous Nature & Play-Based Foundation for Your Child, Gain Peace of Mind and Confidence to Stand Up to Cultural Pressures, and Give Your Child a Springboard to Success.
If YOU’RE Ready to Embrace the Waldorf Lifestyle While Creating an Environment to Raise an Imaginative, Caring Child with a Love of Learning & Nature, this is for YOU…
From: Donna Ashton
Coastal, South Carolina
Dear committed parent,
Whether you are new to Waldorf or just thinking about how to make it work for you, chances are that you’re on this page because you’ve considered Waldorf education before, but weren’t sure where to start.
Or, perhaps you’ve tried to figure out how to make the changes to your home and life but it didn’t work out “right”, seemed too hard or perhaps your confidence was not where it could be and you started second guessing your decision.
Or maybe you looked at all you had to do and thought you don’t have the time for this and threw in the towel (before you even gave it a chance)…
If any of the above sound like you, or even if you simply are ready to go and want to get it right from the start, then I have an amazing opportunity for you, the likes of which you will never have seen before.
[divider top=”0″] Hi, I’m Donna Ashton, long-time Waldorf homeschooling mom, author, parenting coach, advisor, and the founder of the “International Association of Waldorf Homeschooling” (IAWHS).
When I started my online business at TheWaldorfConnection.com back at the end of 2010, I set it up with one clear intention in mind:
To be successful in my business by helping as many other families be as successful as possible.
Whether I was coaching people around how to homeschool, or helping people to create a thriving Waldorf Lifestyle, my goal was the same – to do the best job possible and to help as many people as possible. I wanted to make it easier for them than it was for me.
After several years of Living a Waldorf Life I realized that:
*Our days were joyful and a lot of fun
*My kids were thriving, healthy and so happy!
*I felt secure and confident with the path I had chosen
*Our lives became woven with the rhythms of nature
As a conscious parent your goals are to nourish your child as a whole individual, give them confidence to express themselves in their unique way, nurture creativity balance and independent thinking, allow them to focus on what interests them,
cultivate a love for learning and more important- allow them enjoy being a child.
The trend of educating our children younger and younger seems to have reached outrageous proportions. Testing and expecting 4-5-6 year olds to adhere to unrealistic expectations of reading and math have started a new trend in many schools – 3rd grade burn-out.
By age 9, they have had years of too much, too soon and have grown weary and stressed out of this forcing of early academics. The love of learning is squashed down by this approach. In the last 2 decades, children have lost 8 hours of play per week.
I want to show you another way.
If you have found your way here, you are ready to step forward.
You might be nervous. You might feel overwhelmed. Maybe you’re stuck.
But you are passionate, committed and READY.
Ready to release the pressures of society and embrace
a lifestyle that allows your child to unfold naturally.
Ready to create the best foundation to raise an imaginative, caring,
child with a love for learning and nature.
Ready to have peace of mind that you have chosen the
And ready to proactively and consciously offer this
lifestyle to your child NOW.
If this sounds like you, then I am excited to invite you
into my “Living the Waldorf Life” online program.
One thing I have learned from 9 years of homeschooling
and living a Waldorf lifestyle- you can slowly figure it all out by yourself.
Or you can reach out and let my hand pull you up and ease your way.
We can do it together.[divider top=”0″]
[heading style=”1″]What is a Waldorf Lifestyle?[/heading]
Waldorf means creating an enhanced environment that allows freedom for play and lets your child
unfold at their own pace. By living in a simplistic way that is not hurried, or stressful it
allows space to breathe and for your child to bond deeply with their play and surroundings.
It means offering natural playthings and open ended toys to boost imagination and creative
dramas. It is all about play at this age, but play is a precursor to learning.
This lifestyle is highly connected with nature and being outdoors daily.
It creates a warm, loving peaceful cocoon for your child to develop as they are intended.
It is filled with music, beautiful art and movement. Its about working together within the
household so the child understands purposeful work and participates.
It’s about an in and out flow of rhythm to your days that creates a balance and consistency
that children thrive on. (and it’s pretty good for you too)
It’s about letting a child be a child and not forcing them to “wake up” before they are ready.
[heading style=”1″]Here’s How This Works For YOU[/heading]
This training comes to you in a format that anyone can work with, with each of the 6 modules comprising of a training handout and audio recording plus any homework exercises and a transcript of each audio. You’ll also receive step-by-step guides, all-important checklists, invaluable resource lists, fill-in-the-blank forms and templates, rhythm examples, menu planner, and sample handouts – there’s even a Lifestyle Map & Calendar to track your progress and your goals!
Literally everything you could want to create, plan and implement your Waldorf Lifestyle is provided to you through this Training – and I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you.
If you’re ready to learn more about the all-new Living the Waldorf Life Course, then here’s the full scoop…
Living the Waldorf Life Course
In this Training you will learn…
Whether you have a headstart or are brand-new to a Waldorf Lifestyle, by following the step-by-step
course you could have everything in place by the end of our 6 weeks together!
This means peace of mind that you have everything in place for your child to be nourished, healthy,
and creative. It means you building the confidence needed to say this is
the perfect environment for my child. It means creating a beautiful, clutter-free life that
allows energy to flow and simplicity to grow.
I know you are busy, so I want to make this easy.
My goal is to make your learning experience as easy & enjoyable as possible.
That’s why every module is delivered in multimedia format. Watch and learn from your computer, or download your training to your iPad or iPhone. You’ll receive MP3s, weekly PDF workbooks, resource guides, and templates. Simple.
This course is based on 6 simple steps to immerse you in the basics of a Waldorf Lifestyle.
You have an opportunity to provide a foundation for your child that will last a lifetime and will affect the way they learn, love and see the world.
New research shows that for early childhood, playful learning is a much more effective
method for children to learn. It really uses the child’s natural curiosity and creativity.
There is actually greater gains in learning through playful learning than there is through
“Guided play advances cognitive skills like language, reading, math, as well as social
skills like emotion regulation” says Dr. Katherine Hirsh-Pasek, psychologist and
playful learning advocate.
“OK, Donna I’m ready! I am super excited to have access to everything I will need to create the
lifestyle for my child that will give them the springboard to develop into the individual
I know they can be. I clearly see the amazing value of this program and I can’t wait to get started!”
Only $397 for the entire program and bonuses!
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By the way did you know that play is scientifically proven to….
- Enhance creativity
- Build imagination
- Promote social skills
- Advance physical development
- Enrich language and literacy
- Increase cognitive abilities
“People will object that the children learn to read and write too late. That is said only because it is not known today how harmful it is when the children learn to read and write too soon. Reading and writing as we have them today are really not suited to the human being till a later age – the eleventh or twelfth year – and the more a child is blessed with not being able to read and write well before this age, the better it is for the later years of life.” – By RUDOLF STEINER, The Kingdom of Childhood