5. Daisy Baby Cruisers

/ Terri Canning / 5. Daisy Baby Cruisers

Class Description

Daisy Baby Cruisers is 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 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 allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can embrace the chaos! 

Each class includes:

  • Toddler Yoga
  • Sensory Play
  • Rhythm, rhyme and story-time
  • Infant Education and support
  • Meeting other parents at the same parenting stage as you

Class Information

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 £45 for each 6 week block.


Mondays from 1-2pm


The Meeting Place, North Street, Westbourne PO10 8SP


All classes are running in line with Government guidance.

Should that Government Guidance change for any reason, or your teacher has to isolate, then classes will be held online via Zoom until they are able to be in person and no refunds will be given.

Before booking, please ensure you read the terms and conditions and customer charter (link on booking page by the tick box).

* In the event of classes being moved online no refunds will be given when an alternative, online class is offered.*

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

Additional information


Monday 28th February, The Meeting Place, 1pm

5. Daisy Baby Cruisers


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