Tutoring of Baby Massage


“Being held, touched and caressed is like food to the baby, food as necessary as minerals, vitamins and proteins”

Frederick Leboyer, Loving Hands.


Benefits and effects of Baby Massage:-

  • Relaxing for both parent and baby

  • Helps build a connection between child and carer

  • Communication, development and growth are aided by touch

  • Improves flexibility and freeing of joints

  • Immune system and circulation booster

  • Removes dead skin cells and cleanses the skin

  • By encouraging the bonding process, it may help to alleviate postnatal depression

  • A good source of muscle and sensory stimulation – improves muscle tone, mobility, elasticity
     and extensibility. Massage helps to reduce stress and promote relaxation

  • Enables you and your baby to get to know one another and spend quality time together

  • Aids the digestive processes – can help to eliminate waste, relieve constipation, bloating and
     gas

  • A bonding experience

  • Massage is a gentle and effective way of coping with colic

  • Beneficial for premature babies as it aids a smooth transition from the womb to the outsides
     world. Several studies show babies who receive massage put weight on more quickly

  • Improve sleep patterns

Available for babies over the age of six weeks to approximately nine months old. One to one tutoring in the comfort of your own home, group tutoring available if premises are in situ. The course lasts for three once weekly sessions, mileage charge may be applicable dependent upon location.

Baby Massage

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