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Back Carrying Workshops (Canterbury)
£20 per person / £30 per couple 90 minutes
Venue: Pat A Cake, Grain Store Studio, Brenley Lane, Boughton, ME13 9LY
**£5 off for East Kent Slings members – contact email@example.com for your members-only discount code**
A workshop for those with babies/ toddlers aged 6 months+ who would like to carry their babies on their backs.
You’ll learn the principles of baby carrying safety, comfort and positioning, so you can confidently carry your baby on your back in whatever sling you choose to use.
You’ll learn how to get your baby safely onto your back, and down again, using a range of techniques. We will mostly be using buckled carries, so please let us know in advance if you’d particularly like to try back carrying with another type of sling.
Our demonstration dolls are on hand, if you’d like to practice with them first.
Cost: £20 per person, £30 for a couple. Includes hot drink and cake! When purchasing simply add 1 or 2 bookings and the correct price (single/couple) will be applied automatically. East Kent Slings members get £5 off – contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your members-only discount code to apply at checkout.
See below for more information and cancellations policy.
Select the date and time you would like to attend below.
About Wear My Baby Workshops & Our Cancellation Policy
You are very welcome to feed, change and attend to your baby during the workshop. Workshops usually last 1.5 hours, but we ask that you allow up to 2 hours to accommodate babies’ and parents/carers needs.
You are welcome to bring your buggies / prams, but at busy times they may need to be folded down to make room for others.
We operate a 48 hour cancellation policy for Wear My Baby Workshops. If you do not attend a workshop or cancelled less than 48 hours in advance, we will not be able to offer a refund.
We appreciate that life with a baby makes it hard to plan ahead, but as workshops are only for small groups, missed slots mean that other families miss out on attending.