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BABY Itsy Bitsy Yoga with Sweet Pea Yoga

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 11 Main St Southborough MA 01772  See map
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BABY Itsy Bitsy Yoga (newborns to pre-crawling) is a calming and nurturing yoga practice full of ways to enhance bonding and make babies happier and more comfortable in their bodies. This special class contains dozens of unique yoga postures designed specifically to soothe and support the development of a baby's body.


During the BABY IBY class, the baby is mostly lying on her tummy, back or in a parent's arms. For parents, this class gives the special time necessary to bond with and learn about your baby's emerging personality. No yoga experience required.


All classes with Sweet Pea Yoga are taught by fully-certified IBY Facilitator Alexandra De Collibus who has been teaching MetroWest families since 2003. You can be confident in the experience, knowledge, and community that are at the heart of Sweet Pea classes.


Session dates:


Mondays 2:00pm in Grafton at Babies in Common


Winter session: Jan 28th – March 11th (skip 2/18)


Wednesdays 11:00am in Southborough at Theracopia


Winter session: Jan 30th –  March 13th (skip 2/20)


Spring session: March 27th – May 22nd (skip 4/17)


Sessions require pre-registration (6-8 weeks, $90-120). Register online at www.SweetPeaYoga.com or call Alexandra at 508-981-3244 to register over the phone.


Sorry, no drop-ins for this special class but new registrations accepted through week 2, space permitting.


Also look for Baby, Tots and Tykes/Little Family Itsy Bitsy Yoga and Sweet Pea KIDS (ages 4 -10y) classes in Hopkinton, Southborough, Northborough, Grafton, and Framingham. Visit our website www.SweetPeaYoga.com for more details.

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