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Teaching Baby Massage & Yoga.

A forward - facing teaching  service for anyone who is a parent or carer of a baby aged six-weeks to two years.

The service aims to build and encourage positive relations and attachments between parents and child, bringing the magic of 'touch'

Providing an all round experience for all families within the Hounslow Borough. Bringing  to the forefront the benefits of baby massage and yoga and how it may provide better outcomes  for your  babies development in relation to their  health, sleeping patterns and muscle development. The classes aim to reduce isolation for parents, bring  communities together. The classes also aim to  enhance parents confidence, reducing depression and anxiety, promoting  positive parenting.  

Service details

Age Range
Both young and mature parents including fathers. Babies must be over six weeks to one year
Amount Cost Type
£10 + £ 5 Non-refundable deposit Per Session
£5 + £ 3 deposit. Per Session
£25 + 5 Non refundable deposit. Per Session
Additional Information
I am a qualified social worker with a 2nd class degree. HCPC Registered: SW120107. I am also on the DBS register: C1010907637. I have the safeguarding children policy and certification for my Baby Massage and Yoga Training will be at the end of September 2018 . I will be attaching myself to the Complementary Therapist Register too (this information will be updated at the end of September).

When is it on

Date & Time
Mondays,Tuesdays and Fridays in various locations
Session Information
Free introduction and registration class
Clayponds Community Centre, St Paul's church and Brentham sports club.

Where to go

Name of venue
Clayponds Community Centre
Venue address
168 Clayponds Gardens
W5 4RG

Who to contact

Kim Godfrey
07895 935078
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