Where does the class take place?
Currently, all courses are taking place online. For in-person classes, we enjoy our beautiful outside learning space in the warmer months and the cosy indoor studio when it is cooler. Classes are based in Godalming, Surrey.
Can I feed/change my baby during the class?
Yes, absolutely! I understand the need to be flexible with babies in tow so classes are very relaxed. The comfort of you and your baby is the most important part so you are welcome to attend to their needs during the class.
What happens if my baby is asleep?
Let them sleep! They need this rest and will not appreciate being woken for your treatment! For reflexology classes, we have model dolly feet to practise on and for massage you can practise on a spare doll. Or you can simply watch and observe and practise your techniques at home at a more convenient time.
Will I get to chat to other parents?
Yes, we include time for tea and a chat with the other parents in the course - for online and in-person classes. We have a brief discussion about some of the common challenges you may be facing. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends and share your experiences.
What should I bring?
Anything you will need for your baby, e.g. changing bag, small toys, milk etc. You will also need a small blanket for your baby to lie on. I provide mats, towels and cushions but you are welcome to bring another cushion or pillow for your comfort if you wish.
What should we wear?
We work mainly on the floor so please wear comfortable clothes. For massage, some techniques use massage oil – while it is not particularly greasy, you may prefer not to dress your baby in their best outfit, just in case of staining! For reflexology, we use no products and all we need is access to your baby’s feet. So they can wear trousers and socks to remove or just undo the bottom poppers of a sleepsuit.
I have twins, can I bring them both?
Yes, please do! You only pay for one course and are welcome to bring another adult at no extra cost too (although this isn’t essential).