Pegasus Sports Centre Ltd & Partners

Music with Mummy

Jessica Stockwell has been running Music with Mummy music classes at Pegasus since 2014. As well as running her own classes she is also the Regional Co-ordinator for Kent and is always on the look-out for new franchisees to run classes in their own local areas.

The Music with Mummy programme will take your child on a musical journey from birth, all the way through toddler and pre-school ages until they start school. The structured weekly music classes use songs and fun activities for children to encourage listening and social skills, so essential not only in music but in all other areas of learning. They will develop a sense of rhythm, which will also help with literacy and speech development.
The fabulous music and songs for babies and children are a mix of traditional tunes and rhymes, together with original songs that are unique to our delightful programme. We use props, puppets, little instruments and bubbles to engage even our youngest music-makers. Watch your child grow in confidence as they come each week and take part in our small, friendly classes.
Our three age groups of classes are JOLLY BABIES (0-15 months), MUSIC WITH MUMMY (15 months – 3 years) and THREE FOUR TIME (3-4 years).
For more information or to book a space please visit:
Or contact Jess on:
07922 870815

The Coffee Beam

The Coffee Beam welcomes you to their coffee shop facility at Pegasus. The Coffee Beam is run independently from the club by Debbie Hounsell.

They are there for you to grab some refreshments while waiting for your children to do their gymnastics, dance class or other activity. They offer hot food, snacks, drinks and ice creams. There is also a play area too for other patiently waiting siblings.

Physio room with Robert Dawson M.Ost.


Robert graduated from the European School of Osteopathy with a Master degree in Osteopathy. He is also trained in offering Western Medical Acupuncture (dry needling), which he utilises in treatments and previously trained in Sports Massage.

He likes to hear the individual story of what health concern brought you to the clinic. From there he works with a variety of hands-on techniques and advises on how a patient can support their own recovery outside the therapy room. He is interested in treating patients of all ages including infants. 

He is a keen cyclist and enjoys walks with a very energetic Lakeland terrier.

Robert is also registered with the General Osteopathic Council in order to maintain high standards in the profession.

Email Robert here