Daisy Baby Cruisers – Coddington – Thursdays

Class Description

A weekly class for mum and baby to help you learn how to use a variety of tools such as toddler yoga, rhythm, rhyme, story and (baby) sensory experiences to aid your baby’s development, your connection and learn how to embrace the chaos!

When it comes to the shift in pace when baby is firmly on the move it can feel like you are constantly on the go! Daisy Baby Cruisers helps mum and baby (or baby’s other carer) enjoy a fun, explorative and relaxed time together at this exciting stage of their development. This stage of fun, laughter and movement with baby on your continuous perinatal support journey takes the best elements of toddler yoga, baby sensory experiences and mum & baby classes and wraps all of these together in a powerful 5 element model that allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can embrace the chaos! 

Daisy Baby Cruisers classes are for mum (or other care provider) and baby, are suitable to attend from around 9/10 months and are adapted to suit multiples and individual needs with ease.

Classes are booked in blocks of 6 weeks at a time but are designed to carry you through until toddlerhood, supporting you from around 9/10 months until baby is around 18 months old. Each class is 1 hour long and costs £40 for each 6 week block.

Your Cruisers class is on a Thursday morning at 10am at the venue detailed below throughout the year. On the calendar you can see all the dates available by clicking through the months (each date available to join is seen highlighted).

Coddington Community Centre, Beckingham Road, Newark, NG24 2TP

I look forward to welcoming you to your Daisy Baby Cruisers class.

Daisy Baby Cruisers – Coddington – Thursdays

£40.00

Next term of classes will start in Sept 2019.

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