Wondering what to do these school holidays? Join the growing mudputty community in Brisbane and discover a unique and inspiring range of interactive activities near you!
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Below are some of the activities in the Brisbane area:EPIC School Holiday Program - An emotional, physical, imagination and creative program for kids aged 5 to 12 years. All activities are play-based, hands-on and include yoga, mindfulness and story-telling.
Children will feel more in control of their emotions and thought processes, which may improve attitude, health, and sense of well-being.
Family Friendly Yoga - Held at Sinnamon Park, this fun-filled activity is suitable for all ages and skill levels. Mums and Dads are welcome to bring along babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Held on Tuesday mornings, it is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety and increase flexibility, balance and strength.
Develop a calm, relaxed mind and start your journey towards greater self-acceptance, confidence and self-awareness.
ARTchill: Ladies Art Class - Drop the kids off to school, grab a coffee and hang out with the ARTchill crew. This is the ultimate 'me' time where you can get creative in a fun and supportive atmosphere. Guided by a qualified instructor, this class is perfect for beginners with no experience necessary. Each week you will uncover an exciting new medium and meet new like-minded friends.
Intrigued? Check out some of the other great experiences on offer at mudputty.com/activities and fuel your passion!
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