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Top tips for getting the most out of the bliss baby online course

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Top tips for getting the most out of the bliss baby online course

StarAs the face for the Bliss Baby Online Course, I have had the pleasure to connect with many beautiful women from within Australia and abroad at the conclusion of the course when we enjoy a personal Skype chat to wrap things up. 

It is during these enlightening chats that Bliss Baby Online graduates have shared the strategies they found helpful during the course.  This has inspired me to compile the following tips for getting the most out the Bliss Baby online training.

Tip one: Listen to your audio lectures while you’re on the go

Download the audio files into a format easy for listening to whilst away from your computer – eg: onto your itunes.   Those students who use public transport to commute to work found this a useful tool as they could utilise their travel time to keep up with their study. The ease of having the files on your ipod, or smart phone makes it so easy to pick up and study anytime, anywhere.

Tip two:  Create a study timeline

For those busy woman who work full time and also have little ones at home, the creation of a timeline really helped them organise their spare time efficiently so they could utilise the time effectively and stay on a target to complete the course within a desired time frame. 

Tip three:  Tackle bite-sized chunks

Doing small bits often, rather than large chunks sporadically has been what most students have found has helped maintain momentum with the course. The new knowledge learnt stays fresh and more easily retained and the excitement to move onto the next session keeps things moving forward

Tip four: Get into the body and mind of a pregnant woman

 Many women really enjoyed being the “guinea pig’ to practise on and felt that experiencing the practical sessions with their “tummy in’ (a shawl or pillow used as a fake baby belly) allowed them to gain so much more from the exercises.

Tip Five: If in doubt, contact us!

Knowing they had the constant support of the Bliss Baby Team to call on if needed during the training was also a help for quite a few students, and many did in fact email for assistance or to ask specific questions about content throughout the duration of their course.

These are just a few ideas to get you started and keep you flowing and on track to becoming another of our Bliss Baby Online Training graduates!

I look forward to meeting you online soon and enjoying a chat and a cuppa. 


Star Rumble

Bliss Baby Online Course Facilitator and Coordinator  



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“I found it so convenient as a new mum, working three different jobs I was able to also do the course without feeling overwhelmed. I enjoyed listening to the lectures during my drives and was sad when they came to an end  _ I might have to re-listen.” Leah Gencheff, Newcastle

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