Thursday, January 5, 2012


Joanne Riel of Flying Teapot writes
Happy New Year! I'm excited to be starting a new season with your amazing children. Our classes for babies and toddlers continue.

I'm reaching out to parents with special needs children interested in individualized music and movement that will connect to your child's expression. Let me hear from you and we can work out a day/time for class.

Any parents looking for private classes or who want to bring their own group for music class, I'd love to work with you.

Here's the schedule and feel free to contact me with any questions. Hope to hear from you,
joafree1 @


Series starts Monday, Jan. 9th.
4 weeks or drop-ins. All classes meet at the same location in Windsor Terrace near Vanderbilt Playground; email for details. 

Baby Flying Teaspoons
Recommended for babies birth - 16 mos.

Mondays, Jan. 9-30th; 1:15 - 2 pm; 4:30 - 5:15 pm.
Sats., Jan 7-28th; 10:00 - 10:45 am 
4 weeks $70 (Flying Teapot CD included); $60 if you have the CD; sibling rate $5/class
drop-ins $20/class

Encourage your child's uniqueness and creativity from the very start of life. Songs emerge magically as your baby discovers, plays and interacts in class.  Musical connections nurture and deepen relationships between parent/caregiver and baby and friends. Joanne's CD The Flying Teapot is used along with traditional and multicultural music.  There's movement, instrument play, balls, scarves, connections and fun! You'll be amazed at your child's own expression. Joanne's vision is to create nurturing and joyful environments for babies and very young children.

Toddler Flying Teapot
Recommended for 16 - 24 mos.
Mondays, Jan 9-30th: 3:45-4:30 pm
4 weeks $70 (Flying Teapot CD included); $60 if you  have the CD; sibling rate $5/class
drop-ins $20/class

Join us for this magical class with original music and a creative spirit. Trains and toys can be used to engage your child in comfortable ways while we expand into musical play. Songs are created out of your child's interests. Joanne's CD as well as traditional and multicultural music is also used. Includes favorites like The Train SongPotty Song, and the ever popular Roll me Round, a ball song.