Woven Wrap Workshops – 7th of May

Three workshops to learn how to tie a long woven wrap in front, hip and back carries.

Woven wraps are the most comfortable and nurturing way of carrying your baby.

They are also the most versatile: they can be used from pregnancy (to support the bump) to any age of your child and the same wrap can be used in many different ways.

It can be helpful to know different tying techniques to use in different stages of your baby’s growth, following his physical development.

Saturday 7th of May

from 10.30 am to 12.30 am
FRONT CARRIES WORKSHOP

We will learn and practice two techniques to carry a baby on the front.
FWCC – Front Wrap Cross Carry
Suitable from birth to any age of your child this carry is really comfortable and supportive.
FCC – Front Cross Carry
This is a pre-tied carry, veri handy while traveling or for quick carrying. Also helpful for easily breastfeed in it.

from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm
BACK CARRIES WORKSHOP

We will learn how to get our childern on our back safely and easily.
We will learn and practice two techniques to carry our children on our back with a long woven wrap.
RUCKSACK
The most simple and quick carry to start with.
DH – Double Hammock
a double layered carry very supportive and suitable for heavier toddlers.

from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm
HIP CARRIES WORKSHOP

We will learn and practice two techniques to carry a baby on our hip.
ROBIN’S HIP CARRY
Suitable for babies from 3-4 months (with good neck control) to any age
HIP CROSS CARRY
A pre-tied carry, really handy with active toddlers who want to get in and out often

Wraps will be available to borrow from my personal sling library for free for the workshops.

Cost of each workshop is £ 35,00 (to pay through paypal or bank transfer at the moment of the booking)

For any other information or to book your place write to wrapahug@gmail.com

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