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The way parents attend classes with their children is changing and we’re leading the way…

Fed up with paying rigid termly fees, expensive creche sessions and penalties for missed classes? Frustrated with the 3 month cycle of the same old activities? Feel like most providers are stuck in the dark ages and don’t understand the needs of modern parents?

We are a family run business offering a 21st century solution to local parents with children under 4 years. Our own experiences and children have inspired us to create a friendly, flexible family club offering you great classes, beautiful facilities and fair terms.

As a busylizzy member you and your family can attend ANY combination of our mummy fitness, baby and active tot classes to suit your diary each month.  If you want to come along to a few weeks of one particular class then that’s fine, or you can pick‘n’mix your classes dependent on your mood. It’s totally up to you! As parents ourselves we also understand the need for flexibility, so busylizzy gives you the ability to cancel and reschedule your classes up until 2 hrs before they start. No more paying for classes when you are on holiday, the kids are sick or you just cannot make it!

No long contracts, no commitments, no penalties. Just easy online booking, brilliant classes and flexible terms for you and your family…  that’s the Busylizzy difference

A busylizzy membership is a ‘must have’ for parents looking to enjoy fun & friendly baby, toddler and postnatal fitness (no childcare required!) with like-minded new friends.

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We love hearing your stories about how you're working out with friends and family members from across the country!

Don't forget - if your friend joins Busylizzy - we'll give you both a 20% membership fee discount.

Click below for full details ⬇
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We love hearing your stories about how youre working out with friends and family members from across the country!

Dont forget - if your friend joins Busylizzy - well give you both a 20% membership fee discount.

Click below for full details ⬇
https://busylizzy.online/refer-a-friend/ 🐝

We're having a blast this week in our online classes with our first fast paced HIGH ENERGY workout week!

What a great way to kick start your year! Let's do this 💪

Want to join in the fun? Head over to busylizzy.online/ to find out more 🐝
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Were having a blast this week in our online classes with our first fast paced HIGH ENERGY workout week!  

What a great way to kick start your year!  Lets do this 💪

Want to join in the fun? Head over to https://busylizzy.online/ to find out more 🐝

Comment on Facebook We're having a blast...

I'm feeling it today 2 sessions into the fit in 3 challenge!

Can we have a “low energy” theme next week please 😉😆

Learning to understand what your baby's needs and desires are an essential part of parenting. Baby signing can help improve communication before spoken language has developed. Here are Magda's Top Tips for Baby Signing 👍

• Sign early: The sooner you start to sign the sooner it becomes a natural part of your communication with your baby.

• Sign as needed: Choose signs that are important, meaningful and useful to your child. Signs that express everyday needs, such as being hungry, thirsty and sleepy.

• Speak & sign at the same time: Say the word out loud to ensure your baby connects the sign with the spoken word.

• Sign consistently: Repetition is key! By seeing the same sign over and over, your baby will learn and imitate them.

• Sign clearly: Your baby may adapt a sign, it's unlikely to be perfect but as long as you recognise that sign, acknowledge and respond to it and then reflect back the true sign.

• Follow your baby's signs: If you notice your baby has created their own sign for something that you don't already have a sign for then go with it. This is not a sign language, it is an aid to communicate.

• Use the world around you: If you are signing for an object, make sure to sign close to or on top of the object.

• Rewards: Your baby is more likely to learn a sign if they get what they ask for promptly. So if a baby signs for "all done", take away the plate and give praise.

• Sign up the whole family: the more people who can do some basic signs, the happier your baby will be. Teach some important signs to siblings, grandparents and caregivers.

• What is your face saying? Think about facial expression and body language. If you are signing happy make sure your face reflects this! 😀

Join Magda every Tuesday on Busylizzy Live. For more info on how to access online classes - head to www.busylizzy.co.uk 🐝
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Learning to understand what your babys needs and desires are an essential part of parenting. Baby signing can help improve communication before spoken language has developed. Here are Magdas Top Tips for Baby Signing 👍

• Sign early: The sooner you start to sign the sooner it becomes a natural part of your communication with your baby.

• Sign as needed: Choose signs that are important, meaningful and useful to your child. Signs that express everyday needs, such as being hungry, thirsty and sleepy.

• Speak & sign at the same time: Say the word out loud to ensure your baby connects the sign with the spoken word.

• Sign consistently: Repetition is key! By seeing the same sign over and over, your baby will learn and imitate them.

• Sign clearly: Your baby may adapt a sign, its unlikely to be perfect but as long as you recognise that sign, acknowledge and respond to it and then reflect back the true sign.

• Follow your babys signs: If you notice your baby has created their own sign for something that you dont already have a sign for then go with it. This is not a sign language, it is an aid to communicate.

• Use the world around you: If you are signing for an object, make sure to sign close to or on top of the object.

• Rewards: Your baby is more likely to learn a sign if they get what they ask for promptly. So if a baby signs for all done, take away the plate and give praise.

• Sign up the whole family: the more people who can do some basic signs, the happier your baby will be. Teach some important signs to siblings, grandparents and caregivers.

• What is your face saying? Think about facial expression and body language. If you are signing happy make sure your face reflects this! 😀

Join Magda every Tuesday on Busylizzy Live. For more info on how to access online classes - head to www.busylizzy.co.uk 🐝

Stay fit, healthy & have fun with your little ones 🐝

Join us for unlimited access to our daily live streamed classes, talks and workshops and our video library of over 300 on-demand videos.

Take a look at our online membership plans ⬇
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