Music is everywhere – it’s all around us where ever we go!
Without even realising, it is a huge part of our lives and has many positive effects on us all.
Therefore it is never too early to begin listening to and enjoying music. Introducing your baby, while pregnant, to certain types of music and singing to them is one of the best gifts you can give them that they will continue to love and enjoy for the rest of their lives. Sound and music will be one of the very few experiences that your unborn child will be able to react to, by feeling, listening, responding and playing to, while growing in the womb. This amazing first form of communication will even help your baby to learn and therefore, develop their brains, weeks before they are even born!
Babies in the womb can not yet see, they can not move much, but listening is something that they can certainly do, and so they enjoy the stimulation very much….it gives them something interesting and exciting to keep them entertained in there!

Much research has been carried out to prove that babies in the womb CAN hear as well as respond, react and learn from music and sound. Other research has shown that babies who listen to music while growing in the womb can remember it and recognise it once they have been born. They then find it particularly soothing and comforting in times of need!

The music of Mozart has been found to have a particularly positive effect on babies both in the womb and once born, leading to the term “The Mozart Effect”, as it has such positive effects on little brains!

This research has lead to the development of the “Mozarteenies Antenatal Course” and the “Mozarteenies Baby Music Classes” that follow. (Click on the link for more information). As well as listening to the carefully selected Mozart music in these classes, we also spend much of the class singing – to re-learn those nursery rhymes you once knew and to learn a number of essential lullabies. It is quite worthwhile learning these songs before your baby is born, so they are available to you as soon as your baby arrives…

Singing when pregnant and once your baby is born, is vitally important – your baby loves the sound of your voice and once born will find it (and the songs you sang while pregnant) the most important and most comforting sound around. Getting your baby used to your singing while you are pregnant will help you to soothe your baby once he/she is born. While in the womb, they just love to hear the rhythm of your songs as well as the ups and downs of the pitch you use. So come along to our ante-natal/baby music classes and sing together with other mums at the same stage of pregnancy/parenting as you! 

Music is everywhere – it’s all around us where ever we go!
Without even realising, it is a huge part of our lives and has many positive effects on us all.
Therefore it is never too early to begin listening to and enjoying music. Introducing your baby, while pregnant, to certain types of music and singing to them is one of the best gifts you can give them that they will continue to love and enjoy for the rest of their lives. Sound and music will be one of the very few experiences that your unborn child will be able to react to, by feeling, listening, responding and playing to, while growing in the womb. This amazing first form of communication will even help your baby to learn and therefore, develop their brains, weeks before they are even born!
Babies in the womb can not yet see, they can not move much, but listening is something that they can certainly do, and so they enjoy the stimulation very much….it gives them something interesting and exciting to keep them entertained in there!

Much research has been carried out to prove that babies in the womb CAN hear as well as respond, react and learn from music and sound. Other research has shown that babies who listen to music while growing in the womb can remember it and recognise it once they have been born. They then find it particularly soothing and comforting in times of need!

The music of Mozart has been found to have a particularly positive effect on babies both in the womb and once born, leading to the term “The Mozart Effect”, as it has such positive effects on little brains!

This research has lead to the development of the “Mozarteenies Antenatal Course” and the “Mozarteenies Baby Music Classes” that follow. (Click on the link for more information). As well as listening to the carefully selected Mozart music in these classes, we also spend much of the class singing – to re-learn those nursery rhymes you once knew and to learn a number of essential lullabies. It is quite worthwhile learning these songs before your baby is born, so they are available to you as soon as your baby arrives…

Singing when pregnant and once your baby is born, is vitally important – your baby loves the sound of your voice and once born will find it (and the songs you sang while pregnant) the most important and most comforting sound around. Getting your baby used to your singing while you are pregnant will help you to soothe your baby once he/she is born. While in the womb, they just love to hear the rhythm of your songs as well as the ups and downs of the pitch you use. So come along to our ante-natal/baby music classes and sing together with other mums at the same stage of pregnancy/parenting as you!