Because our educators are paid on a sessional basis and we are required to cover our costs.
No, you cannot claim on Medicare. However, most private health funds will offer some form of rebate.
Yes partners are welcomed and encouraged to attend (except the Pregnancy and Back Care class which is for women only).
No, it is better to book early - to ensure your preferred program.
These are merely a guideline, but your choices will be limited and your preferred class may be full.
Yes, subject to availability. Go to the ‘tickets’ page of your Eventbrite account. Select your order and then click on “transfer”. You can then choose “change event” to transfer to. A list of classes will come on a drop down list.
No, a series/workshop needs to be confirmed with you and then we must receive payment receipt number to confirm your place.
Exercise and Back Care in Pregnancy
The information provided in this class is relevant throughout your pregnancy and beyond. It covers changes to your body during pregnancy, minor discomforts and includes information on back and pelvic pain. It is great for anyone wanting to know how to ease your aches and pains and keep fit and healthy in pregnancy.
No this is a women’s only class as it involves floor exercise and discussion regarding personal discomforts.
Having a Baby: Evening Series
The classes are staggered and, if possible, we will try to accommodate you.
Partners or other support people are welcome and encouraged to attend.
All attendees need to book into a class on the Eventbrite site.
The class is designed to give families information on normal breastfeeding, reasons for choosing breastfeeding and how to avoid problems with feeding. It is a one-off class.
We suggest that you attend in the last two months of your pregnancy.