Daisy Tinies Thame

Class Description

Daisy Baby Tinies is a weekly postnatal class for mum and baby in the ‘fourth trimester’, which helps you learn how to use baby massage and movement to aid calming, soothing and connection with your baby.

When it comes to the new days and weeks of motherhood, any number of emotions can overwhelm us.  Joy, anxiety, delight, fatigue, happiness, uncertainty, isolation or perhaps even low mood or challenging feelings.

Daisy Baby Tinies helps new mums enjoy a safe and supported first few months with baby. This natural first step with baby on your continuous perinatal support journey takes the best elements of baby massage, baby yoga, postnatal yoga and mum & baby classes and support groups and wraps all of these together in a powerful 5 element model that allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can figure it out together.

Important Class information

Daisy Baby Tinies classes are for postnatal mums and their baby only.

Classes are suitable to attend from around 6 weeks after birth and are adapted to suit all postnatal related conditions, multiples and individual needs with ease.

Classes are booked in blocks of 6 weeks at a time but are designed to carry you through from Tinies and onto Wrigglers if you wish, supporting you from around 6 weeks post birth to around 1 year old. Tinies is for babies from 6 weeks to around 5 months. Each class is 1 hour long and costs £45 for the 6 weeks.

Where
Your Daisy Tinies class is on a Tuesday morning at 11.15am 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).

Christchurch Memorial Hall, Upper High Street, Thame OX9 2DN

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

Daisy Tinies Thame

£45.00

Classes return after the summer break – 17/9

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07868708131
fiona-dite@thedaisyfoundation.com
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