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News: Rhythm Time Baby Music Classes arrive in Loughborough

Suzanna Hyman

Rhythm Time, the award-winning children's music franchise group that provides developmental music classes to babies, toddlers & pre-schoolers, welcomes local mumpreneur Suzanna Hyman, to their growing UK network of franchisees.

Suzanna, from Normanton on Soar, will be runningYoung Baby Courses(for babies aged 0 - 6 months) and baby classes(aged 6 - 14 months) across the Loughborough area from Easter 2017.

The music sessions have been written by a music teacher and specifically designed to help with development and learning, starting with stimulating baby classes and leading to exciting toddler classes and educational pre-school sessions.

Suzanna took her own two children to multi-sensory and musical classes when they were very young. "I could really see the rewards they both got out of the classes, plus we made lots of new friends," she quotes.

"I joined Rhythm Time as I wanted a more family-friendly career. I always wanted to run my own business - time is so important with your children as they grow up so fast. How rewarding it will be to see other parents having that wonderful time together, watching their children develop, and enjoying the music and singing together?" she adds.

Rhythm Time uses an exciting combination of well-structured music courses incorporating percussion instruments, songs, dance, exercise & sensory materials such as light balls, bubbles, foil blanket, and colourful pom poms etc. All these help to boost the development and confidence of the young children who come along to classes. It also gives them a great start in life and a lifelong love of music.

Any parents wishing to book a Rhythm Time music class for their baby or toddler should visit to find their nearest class. Alternatively, you can call Suzanna directly on 07376 898327 or email her at [email protected]

Rhythm Time music franchise opportunities are available across other parts of the UK and more information can be found at

Posted: 13th Mar 2017

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