The Coronavirus Outbreak
For now, for the safety of you and your little one classes will look a little different.
Indoor Baby classes are limited to a maximum of 5 parents with the mats placed as far apart as possible (as close to 2m as we can get).
As per government guidelines - outdoor parent-and child groups for up to 15 people (not counting those aged under five)
All soft furnishings such as cushions for parents and babies have been removed and we will no longer be providing towels.
Please bring along a blanket or a small towel for your baby to each class.
Mats will still be provided for baby classes and will be sanitised in-between sessions.
You will be provided with your own props to use for each session, which will not be shared and will be cleaned between classes and rotated.
On arrival, you will be required to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 secs.
Hand sanitiser available to use throughout the session.
When entering the venue, parents will be required to wear a mask/face covering (unless you are exempt) until you are settled on your mat and then once again when you are leaving the function room and venue.
Please try to avoid too much movement around the venue once you have arrived and are settled on your mat.
Where possible there is a one-way system into and out of the function room at the venue.
Please respect social distancing where possible.
In the event of a local or national lockdown, any remaining classes will move to an online, interactive platform.
Therefore, no refunds will be given.
Please do not attend the class if you, someone you live with or your baby/child are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19 which include:
* a high temperature
* a new continuous cough
* a change to, or a loss of, taste or smell
Please follow the government guidelines for self-isolation.
If you are unable to attend a class, you will be sent a recorded version for that week.
By attending a class or course, you are giving your consent for us to pass on your details for the NHS Track and Trace should it be necessary.
Please note this page is a working document and will be reviewed and updated as and when government guidelines change.