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News: Perfect Career for Local Musical Mum

Laura Justice

Rhythm Time, the award-winning children’s music franchise group, that provides top notch developmental music classes to the under 5’s welcomes local mumpreneur Laura Justice, to their growing UK network of franchisees.

Laura has taken over running the highly successful North Yorkshire and Wharfe Valley classes.  She is currently providing developmental young baby courses (for babies aged 0-6 months), babies(aged 6-14 months) and toddler classes in these areas.

The music sessions have been written by a music teacher and specifically designed to help with development and learning.  Each action packed class will teach young children valuable life skills, as well as learning to love the joy of music and movement.

Laura, has been working as a freelance professional recorder player for the past 15 years since graduating from The Royal College of Music. “I had four fantastic years studying there and have been making my living from teaching recorder to all ages and abilities, performing with chamber groups and occasionally orchestras, and even ending up as editor of The Recorder Magazine,” says Laura.  After having children, Laura had been searching for a new teaching challenge to fit around her busy lifestyle.  Rhythm Time was the perfect pairing for Laura’s experience both as a teacher and a mum.

“I love singing with my two little ones and can't wait to share the wonders of music and singing with other families through Rhythm Time. I might even have to sneak a recorder or two into classes occasionally,” adds Laura.

For further details about Laura’s classes please call her on 07577 531359 or e-mail her at [email protected]

Any parent wishing to book a Rhythm Time music class for their baby or toddler should visit www.rhythmtime.net/pr to find their nearest class.

Rhythm Time franchise opportunities are available across other parts of the UK and more information can be found at www.rhythmtime.net/prf

Posted: 10th Oct 2017

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