A collective of local businesses are treating Tamworth ladies to a free day out, with champagne, massages, yoga and relaxation all included.
Edwina Sharrock's Birth Beat is hosting the Tamworth Yoga and Mums Mini Retreat next Saturday after receiving grant funding from the Primary Health Network, with other regional areas soon to be spoiled as well.
"Often we find that mums put themselves last when times are tough so we just wanted to give local women and mothers a chance for a bit of self care - we want to spoil them for a few hours," Mrs Sharrock said.
The funding, sought through the Empowering our Communities program is not only providing a free afternoon out for the ladies, but also being used to drive some business through local businesses helping out.
The afternoon will start with a yoga session by 11:11 Yoga's Georgie Kable and Liz Salter, before Myo and Barn's Brooke Carrington and Tamworth Remedial Massage's Sophie O'Neill will provide the massage and relaxation session.
Following that the ladies will be treated to "a beautiful afternoon tea", before the champagne corks pop and the gift bags come out to round off the experience, while Sarah Wright from Stepping Stones has organised the space, decorations and atmosphere for the day.
"A lot of women, and families, are doing it tough through drought, and just doing it tough sometimes in general - it's not easy," Mrs Sharock said.
"We all know just how important physical and mental health is in regards to self care, and this is just a great opportunity for local mums and women to escape for a few hours, look after themselves for an afternoon, and have a great time with some other women.
The Tamworth Yoga and Mums Mini Retreat is being held from 2pm on Saturday July 20 at the Uniting Hall on Marius Street.
Bookings can be made through Eventbrite, or via the Birth Beat Facebook page, with 30 of the 50 available spots already booked.
"For those ladies not in Tamworth never fear, the pamper day is also heading to Gunnedah, Narrabri, Armidale, Scone and Moree in the coming weeks as well, just watch out for dates on the Birth Beat Facebook page," Mrs Sharrock said.