TinyBeats is a magnificent, musical wonderland which takes you and your baby and/or toddler on an imaginative, interactive journey every week!
Each week visits a new and exciting theme with
resources and music to ignite their ever growing curiosity. Established by a mum of three and primary school teacher, TinyBeats has been made with love, care and passion for the development of little ones. We look forward to meeting you and your little one(s) soon!
Welcome to TinyBeats!
CLASSES COMING TO EASINGWOLD, THIRSK, NORTHALLERTON, CHAPEL ALLERTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS SOON!
Boston Spa Village Hall
We are located in the Jubilee Room at the back of the building near the car park. Car parking is available - if the car park is full there are other car parks nearby. Prams are welcome inside. Baby change is available in the main building.
The Newman Center- Crossgates
We are located in the UniForm Rooms - these can be accessed via the main building or through the car park on the right. Car parking is available but sometimes limited. Baby change is available in the main building. Prams are welcome inside.
'What an amazing class. So interactive, all the kids were having a wonderful time. This was one of the best baby/ toddler classes I have been to. Really professionally organised and Rachel is LOVELY. I can highly recommend. 5 stars from us!'
'Took my little one to TinyBeats yesterday and having never been to a baby group before I wasn’t sure what to expect. We had such a lovely time! Such a relaxed atmosphere, lovely toys which matched the theme for the week and great music for the babies. The parachute was great! Rachel was great and is obviously very passionate about the group. I already can’t wait for next weeks session!'
'Amazing musical songs, so much fun. The combination of sensory, music and Makaton was great. Rachel was really welcoming and engaged amazingly with the babies. Thanks, we look forward to next week already!'
'Lots of variety throughout the class. Loved the music, lights and interactive songs. Great resources for all the children. Kept my children engaged throughout.'