“I thrive on your warm, loving touch. Nothing feels better than being skin-to-skin with you.”
Infant massage is a traditional parenting practice in many cultures around the world, where generations of caregivers have offered this nurturing touch to their babies. Not only does it help enrich the bond between you and your baby, but it also helps baby to relax, sleep better, eat better and get relief from common discomforts – teething, tummy troubles. Our infant massage classes allow you to connect with your baby in a warm, relaxing and nurturing environment while we take you through the steps of when and how to perform baby massage, what types of oils to use, benefits and more. Join us to learn about the advantages, and the fun, of massaging your baby. As a special gift from us, you will receive your own bottle of massage oil, along with the different strokes covered in every class to take and continue your massage with baby at home.
- Emotionally nourishes babies
- Begins a loving, intimate communication between parent and child
- Helps to strengthen and regulate baby’s primary systems (ie: respiratory, circulatory, nervous, musculature and gastrointestinal, enhances immune system)
- Reduces gas and colic and allows baby to sleep better
- Encourages baby to relax and release the tensions of daily stimuli
- Calm and relaxing one-on-one time with baby
- Pleasurable quality interaction time
- Alleviate stress and develop strong family bonds
- Better understanding of baby’s cues and cries
- Enhances communication and emotional ties
- Increases confidence and handling skills
- Helps parents relax and listen to their baby
Group Sessions: $30 per family (includes a bottle of massage oil and a family guide with all the strokes)
Please contact us for details on private group sessions.
Learn to massage your baby in a supportive and relaxed environment! You will learn routines to massage your baby’s whole body, and will receive a copy of all the strokes to take home. Each class starts on a new area of the body with new strokes, followed by a review of strokes practiced in the previous weeks.