I’m a little baby

Cuppa and
a catch up

Into 2016

What a year 2015 has been for Dream Time and what a year 2016 promises to be.

Dream Time is now an awards and assessment centre with Open Awards so anyon who comes to any Dream […]

Share your
stories

Facebook Posts

It's so wonderful being part of such a great team of Dream Time teachers. We get to do great stuff!!

We missed the lovely Emma and Faith and Katie but are looking forward to our next team meeting where we will be putting the finishing touches to our World Record Breaking Attempt and welcoming 6 new teachers onto the team.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Photos from Dream Time Baby Massage Wakefield Mother Ship's post (4 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Dream Time Baby Massage Wakefield is settling in nicely to the new space. Finishing touches will be going on tomorrow with lots of photos to come!! In the mean time... how cute is this pram park immediately outside the room?

Just a few places available in the Wednesday PM class.
Come and join the Circle!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

This looks to be a very lovely event. :)) ... See MoreSee Less

National Storytelling Week - The Terrible Tale of the Wakefield Wyrm Sunday 5th February 1pm To celebrate National Storytelling Week join The Coalshed Poets telling the story of the Wakefield Wyrm, ...

Terrible Tale of the Wakefield Wyrm - National Storytelling Week

February 5, 2017, 1:00pm - February 5, 2017, 7:30am

National Coal Mining Museum for England

National Storytelling Week - The Terrible Tale of the Wakefield Wyrm Sunday 5th February 1pm To celebrate National Storytelling Week join The Coalshed Poets telling the story of the Wakefield Wyrm, ...

View on Facebook

We don't create or reinforce gender stereotypes at Dream Time - it's build into the training course and this quirky video explains why. :)) ... See MoreSee Less

Dads and moms should share parenting roles. -- Nev Schulman

View on Facebook

DREAM TIME BABY MASSAGE WAKEFIELD IS MOVING PREMISES.

As of Monday 23rd January all classes taking place from the Mothership will be held at

Customs House

Customs House at the bottom of the Springs. (diagonally across from The Wakey Tavern) WF1 1QE The Polish Supermarket is on the corner of the building.
Best to Park – Sainsbury’s Trinity Just spend £10 or more in Sainsbury's or become a member of Pure Gym and get your ticket validated in store/gym to get the first 2 hours parking free, meaning £1.60 will be deducted from your total parking charge. Standard parking charges from 6am - 6pm Monday to Saturday:
Up to 1 hour £0.80
Up to 2 hours £1.60
Up to 3 hours £2.40
Up to 4 hours £3.40
Up to 5 hours £5.00
Walk/pram by the side of Debenhams and down (lifts) to street level.
You will be on Lower Warrengate. Walk straight ahead. The Red Shed will be on your left. Customs House is the large building at the bottom with the Polish Bakery/Market on the corner.

The entrance to Dream Time is at the back of the building. So, look out for the lane behind the building (before you get to the Polish Bakery) – you will see the entrance. Press the Buzzer (number 4) with Dream Time on it. I will buzz you in. Come up in the lift to the first floor and follow the moons! You can leave your buggy in the big vestibule in the corridor.
Give me a ring on 07760667689 if you get lost! Babies are Born!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

How lucky am I?? I now get to deliver this wonderful experience on a Wednesday!! Hurrah!!

There are a few places available in this Wednesday 1pm class so Come and Join the Circle!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

You might want to know a bit about me. The founder of Dream Time and why I do what I do.

I established Dream Time in 1998 after qualifying as a Baby Massage and Movement Therapist whilst I was working full time as an English teacher. I ran classes on the weekends that my son was with his dad and worked at school during the week. Eventually I realised that my priorities had changed, that I wanted to put my family at the heart of my working life and have worked for myself ever since. I structured Dream Time classes to fit beautifully around family life.

I have qualifications in baby massage and movement therapy, level three in counselling, have attended many courses on aromatherapy and am a Reiki Master/teacher. I run meditation groups and do yoga. I sing with a choir and have extensive experience of training teachers.

I took the decision to train women who wanted to become Dream Time teachers in 2014. There are always waiting lists to come to each of my classes and because I believe that such a positive experience as coming to a Dream Time class is something that no one ought to wait for I started training teachers in the autumn of 2015. I then applied to become an Open Award's Training Center and after extremely stringent vetting Creative Dream Time was established in 2016. This means that teachers who train with me are awarded a Level 3 qualification in Baby Massage and Movement Therapy - the highest qualification available in the UK.

When I bump into Mum’s whose little babies came to Dream Time 17 years ago, and who are now heading off to university, these kind lovely women tell me time, and time again that Dream Time was the best thing they had ever done with their baby. They also tell me that they are still the best of friends with the mums they met in Dream Time Classes.

That makes me feel good.

The philosophy that underpins Dreamtime’s success is one that cherishes, validates, supports and cares about people, babies and the challenges we all face as new parents.

But it’s not all serious.

We have a lot of fun at Dreamtime. By singing through a unique routine of traditional and modern lullabies, we create powerful bonding connections. By using yoga and massage techniques combined with specially formulated Dreamtime oil, we become more flexible, more confident and more comfortable with our new parent selves as our babies respond to movements that counteract colic, birth trauma , restlessness and crying.

I think the reason Dream Time is so very successful is that it values downtime. This is incredibly important for parents too, it allows them to just ‘be’. After every class we share a cuppa and a homemade cake and we talk, and we laugh, we share and sometimes we cry.

You can take what you need from Dream Time and there is never any pressure to do anything. We always work with your baby not against her, and the same goes for you. What happens in class is often so very special it’s sometimes hard to leave, both at the end of a class, and once baby has grown too big for Dream Time! In fact, I often have to shoe horn mums out! Thank goodness there are Dream Time Little Wiggler toddler classes delivered by some Dream Time Teachers!

How long do babies come for? Until they, and you are ready to leave.

It’s an honour and privilege to be part of the lives of all my Dream Time Families… over 7000 of them so far!
Sarah
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook
Homepage Bubbles

‘A grand adventure is about to begin’
– Winnie the Pooh

Cuppa and a catch up Links Terms