Tatty Bumpkin – North Bucks and North Beds

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Bendy, giggly yoga for children and babies

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Activity Ages When Where
Baby Bumpkin yogafor 1 - 12 months 1 - 12 months Wednesdays 1:00pm The Centre at Verney Close MK18 1JP Baby Bumpkin yogafor 6 - 24 months 6 - 24 months Wednesdays 11:45am The Centre at Verney Close MK18 1JP Tatty Bumpkin yogafor 2 - 5 years 2 - 5 years Wednesdays 2:00pm The Centre at Verney Close MK18 1JP

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5 reviews
  • Amy Bannister on Facebook Fri 26th Jan 2018 Attended with 1 month-old Fantastic class - I joined when my little girl was 6 weeks and sadly have had to finish this term as I am returning to work. We did both the baby class and explorers class - both were great fun and Julie is just brilliant. My little girl has got so much out of the classes - her development has been amazing and for me it has been a great way to meet other mums. Can't recommend enough!!!
  • Kelly Hatherley on Facebook Fri 26th Jan 2018 Attended with 2 month-old A lovely, friendly class! My little boy and I attended Julie's classes since he was around 7 weeks old and he absolutely loved it! It's lovely to spend a calm hour together each week (and I miss it now I'm back at work!) but it gave us lots of ideas to do at home. I can't recommend it enough!
  • Kirsty Russell on Facebook Fri 26th Jan 2018 Attended with 4 month-old I have been going to baby bumpkin classes since my baby was about four months old & he loves it! I really enjoy them too. Jenson loves all the props & it gives me good ideas for when we are playing at home. I would definitely recommend it! I will be sad when I'm back at work & can no longer attend. Julie makes you feel really welcome & it's great to meet other mums too
  • Rachel Williamson on Facebook Fri 26th Jan 2018 My son loves tatty bumpkin and looks forward to it every week. The story telling element of the classes really captures his imagination and he enjoys the yoga movements and sensory exploration. Julie is a fantastic teacher who keeps the children engaged as often allows them to take ownership of the story being told.
  • Joanne Fay Aurora on Facebook Fri 26th Jan 2018 My 7 year old boy attends and I've finally found something he really enjoys. We've tried karate which he found too intimidating he isn't interested in playing football, swimming lessons or most sports! However, he really enjoys the games, poses and relaxation at Julie's class, he seems so happy and relaxed after. I just hope that he can continue with an older class xx thanks

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