Introduction & venues for courses, Mums & Dads welcome
NEXT COURSE - Wednesday 12th september 2018
CONTACT MEL ON -07702 404915 TO SECURE YOUR PLACE
Does your baby suffer from Colic and constipation?
Do you have PND ? Why not try out meTIME Baby Massage Therapy.
Classes are run by a fully qualified massage therapist/pregnancy/aroma therapist and baby massage instructor with CRB check and first aid qualifed .
A great place to bond with your baby in a relaxing environment whilst gaining knowledge & learning the techniques to massage your little one with confidence.
You will also receive an information pack, hand outs every week and a certifcate on completion of course. FREE homemade Aromatherapy massage oil, ABC samples availabable, gift bag with goodies for attending the class.
The techniques you will learn through the 6 week course are so beneficial to you & your child as well as building the bond between mother & child you are also socialising in the class. Making new friends in a warm, secure & friendly environment.
There are many benefits of Baby Massage
Reduces tension and helps sleep patterns also aids self calm dealing with stress in later life
Stimulates the baby’s circulation
Strengthens the baby’s immune system
Improves sensory awareness with tactile sensation
Gives a sense of security and comfort
Helps colic, provides natural pain relief
Encourages co-ordination/fine and gross motor skills
Stimulates the relationship between baby and parent
Helps baby to develop first language
Helps parents feel more in control
Deepens and strengthens the relationship between baby and parents by bonding and attachments.
Helps parents to read baby’s cues/non verbal signs
Can help reduce stress
Builds mutual respect
Provides special time for you & baby
Helps parents to become more confident & competent in handling your baby.
Preparation for massage checklist for parent
Before a massage please find an area that you feel comfortable in your home. Remove pets from the room.
The area need to be clear and find a comfortable space which is not too stimulating with natural lighting.
Temperature of the room should be comfortable, not too cold to undress your baby.
Noise should be kept to a minimal as this could be a distraction.
Calming music can be played if you or baby wants.
Ensure your baby has been fed 30 / 40 minutes before or after a massage
Parents ensure your nails are short to prevent scratching your baby
Have a changing mat to hand
Scratch mitt` s
A pillow for you to sit on
Comforter toy to help calm
Items provided for the class:
Organic oils as medium
Reasons why you may consider Massage:
Here are some aliments/conditions which massage can help with:
Colic and wind
Aiding digestion and elimination of waste materials
Coughs and colds
Parent with post natural depression
The Wellness Centre
23 Fairbanks, Sowerby Bridge,
HX6 2AB (10-11AM)
"Both Albie and I have thoroughly enjoyed the baby massage course ,we have learnt really useful and relaxing massage techniques which are easy to implement at home.
The course was delivered in a friendly and professional manner and I would highly recommend the course to other mummies.
Thank you Mel "
Heidi and Albie
"Calm , fun and enjoyable sessions Mel is very good at explaining techniques and ensuring that the mother and Baby get the best from each session . Thank you"
Jenny & Freddie
"Really enjoyed it Learning the techniques and bonding with Emma. Good tips from Mel about which oils to use for different things"
Sarah & Emma