Who we are
Emily is a stay at home mum of two wonderful, incredible children. She is a writer. You can find her on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and in the New Zealand Herald and New Zealand Women’s Weekly. She’s passionate about making sure all children have the chance to do what they love to do – free from limitation. She loves kids and volunteers for Mother’s Network Wellington and Brooklyn, Berhampore, and Bays Plunket. She is an advocate for all children. She’s all about empowering, supporting, and caring for mums, and she’s into creating and fostering spaces that support and nurture mothers and their tamariki. She wants a to create a home for all children who need a place that’s safe for them to be who they are. She is a feminist who believes all children should be able to wear tutus if they want to!
Sarah is an ex-dancer who knows first hand how amazing dancing can be for children. Dance classes teach so much for than just dance. Friendships are made, confidence is built and children gain a connection to their bodies and can express themselves, all while learning that movement can be fun! Sarah is excited to give kids these opportunities in a low pressure environment where they can be themselves and have as much fun as possible. Dancing is Sarah’s creative outlet as her day job – accounting – doesn’t lend itself to as much creativity as some may (jokingly) think.