Published: Wednesday 25 November 2020
This question was asked at our November live Q&A session for To Baby and Beyond students past and present. Other questions that were asked are listed below.
To Baby and Beyond course leader and Early Years Advisor Jessica Barnaschone has previously used both Amazon and eBay but currently uses a local supplier, Naturally Thinking. Jessica likes the idea of supporting a local company and building a relationship with a supplier that you can interact with. She’s also familiar with a business called Organic Monkey based near Brighton in Sussex who provide oils.
Choosing a local company also means there may be opportunities to cross-promote your business.
Other questions asked at our November Q&A session include:
- Do you know of any insurance providers in South Africa for a baby massage instructor?
- How can I make my Zoom/online baby massage or baby yoga classes be made more fun?
- When should babies stop their baby massage or baby yoga sessions?
- Have people tried story-themed baby yoga sessions?
Check out the links above for the answers. If you’re a past or current student of To Baby and Beyond look out for next month’s live Q&A session!
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