Seed & Spark's courses with free childminding a game-changer for Eastern Suburbs Mums
Are you a mum caring for a small child and desperately in need of 'me-time'?
Do you want to explore your own interests, meet other like-minded mums, and feel like a fully-fledged human again?
Then come along to a Seed & Spark course or workshop!
After successfully running courses for mums in the inner west of Sydney, Seed and Spark has just launched its eastern suburbs branch at Paddington RSL.
On offer are a variety of short courses and workshops to suit a range of interests such as languages, cake decorating, acting, photography and drawing
to name a few. And of course you get to bring bub along as all courses and workshops include a free in-room childminding service!
So whether you want to learn a new skill, explore a creative talent, boost your professional skill-set, or just try something totally unexpected, our experienced
nannies come along for the ride, leaving you free to relax and enjoy.
Standard courses run for five weeks, with one 90-minute or 120-minute class per week depending on the course. The one-off workshops are two-hours in duration.
Both formats are designed to be baby-friendly, with some downtime built in for cuddles or feeds as required.
Our venues all have convenient parking and public transport access, are pram-friendly, and have great brunch and lunch options so you can further bond
with your classmates. And our teachers are not just experts in their field, they're also local mums - so they understand the challenges you're facing.
Here’s what some of our happy mums have to say:
“It was really fantastic to get out of the house, socialise and get those brain cells ticking over. Both my baby and I loved getting out and learning new things. The nanny looked after my little guy as if he was her own and he loved interacting with the other kids.” - Jade & Xavier (6 months)
“My baby was 8 weeks old when I started the sewing course. I wanted some ‘me’ time which is hard to find with a newborn. I saw Seed and Spark advertised and thought it would be a perfect way to learn how to use my sewing machine and make clothes for my baby. I’ve now got loads of new skills and I’ve made a few new friends too.” - Anthea & Maeve (8 weeks)
It really is time to do those things you always said you would do on your parental leave. Think about what's really important to you, and what you might
want to do next in life. Plant the seed of a new interest. Fan the spark of a passion you've been keeping on the backburner.
It’s time to get your groove back so find out more at www.seedandspark.com.au.
OFFER: 10% off courses if they are booked before 7 April 2018 using promo code - LAUNCH18