Relaxation at Shine in Cirencester

COMING UP AT Shine!

Gorgeously Therapeutic activities at Shine.  A wonderful creche for Maximum Mummy Me time.  Magical support from Peers.

The Group is takes place every Tuesday afternoon, from 12.30 – 2.30, in a room hired at the Churn Project, The Waterloo, Cirencester, a well known and trusted charitable organisation, who reach out to vulnerable members of our community. The room is large enough to take 10 mums, who would have booked in previously for a session or a block of sessions with us and we offer childcare support, run by volunteers, allowing the mums to flow from one room to another in case they need to feed or change their baby. This offers much needed me time for the mums within a very relaxed environment, and enable them to focus on themselves for a while.

Monday Jan 11th
A Shine Mummy has found our workshops so helpful she has organised a Jewellery workshop of her own! Very excited! very Proud!

Monday Jan 18th
Monday Jan 25th
Community Artist Becky from Cotswold Cre8 gives us a double workshop to create something gorgeous! Love ya Bex!!

Monday Feb 1st
Papercraft with Jenny will be joining us for some loving card creations…perhaps for St Valentines Day heart emoticon

Monday Feb 8th
Pick a Pot and Paint! Such a treat and always loved!

Monday Feb 15th
HALF TERM – No Shine

Monday Feb 22nd
Younique Make up Pamper session! Special Mummy time!

Monday Feb 29th
Monday March 7th
Fibre Artist Lindsay is joining us for a double workshop, something extremely lush will definitely be created!

Monday March 14th
Monday March 21st
We LOVE Jo from Muddlehouse Mosaics! Mums are so proud of their wonderful creations with Jo’s expert support!

Amy Sweet will of course be coming to give her delicious neck and shoulder massages, taking strain and stress away.

Nurturing, gentle support from Shine!

For More information Contact Lauraine:

07886570933

laurainecheesman@yahoo.co.uk

 

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You & Your Baby, The Early Weeks –

Via www.thebabyacademy.co.uk

Part 4 Cradle Cap

cradlecap

CRADLE CAP usually occurs in the first three months. The effected areas are around the ears, hair line and eye brows.

There are many shampoos available over the counter but depending on the age of your baby you may wish to try rubbing some olive oil on your baby’s scalp then leave for around 20 minutes before washing off thoroughly to avoid making the cradle cap worse. Before using the olive oil use a baby brush to remove any loose scales and resist the temptation to pick!

Vickie

Find more information about the Early Weeks here:

http://www.thebabyacademy.co.uk/blog/category/the-early-weeks/