My Baby FUNdamentals with Maryska Bigos


Newborns (1-2pm) for Expectant, Planning, New Parents, Grandparents and Infant Caregivers

FUNd HO BabyOBall

My Baby FUNdamentals (2-3:30pm) for You and Your Baby 


with Certified Infant Developmental Movement Educator (IDME):

Maryska Bigos

Classes are held on Fridays each month. Email Maryska for announcements:

FUNdamentals on Fridays in Chapel Hill. Register and donate $5-20 at the door.

Women’s Birth and Wellness Center – 3rd floor “Living Room” – 930 Martin Luther King Blvd, near the Chapel Hill/Carrboro YMCA.

(1-2pm) Care of Newborns

(2-245pm) Caregivers and infants who are crawling and waddling

(245-330pm) Caregivers with infants who are not yet crawling


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Before attending class, you may also want to read:

Let Babies Sit Themselves Up at: – Maryska Bigos.  

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FUNdamentals in Durham at Health Associates: TBA

For over thirty (30) years Maryska Bigos has maintained a private practice as a developmental movement specialist working with individuals across the life span from infants, special needs children, athletes, dancers and pedestrians to elders.

From my years of experience I want to share the importance of both parents attending Newborn FUNdamentals, then continuing with Infant FUNdamentals throughout their first year.

In FUNdamentals classes you will learn the unique needs of a newborn and how support the developmental skill level of your infant throughout their first year. Quickly addressing individual challenges will insure your infant’s health, well-being, and full participation later in life.

Maryska is also the director of the Body-Mind Centering® (BMC) – Kinesthetic Learning Center, a training center for Somatic and Infant Developmental Movement Education in the USA. BMC Practitioner, Somatic and Infant Developmental Movement Education are annual trainings at Duke University Freeman Center, mid-June through early August. Learn more: