Gina Eiford PCD(DONA,NAPS)
360.739.5408
lovebubbbledoula@gmail.com

Bellingham, Washington USA

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Parent Child Series 

Infant Massage

"Your baby's skin is the largest organ...

Touching your baby, whether to feed, bathe, and change them or to cuddle, massage and play with them, not only helps them grow but may also release endorphins, which make them happy, reduces pain, and heightens their other senses. According to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, infant massage may help strengthen your baby's immune system, improve their digestive systems, increase muscle tone and allow them to sleep more." 

 

- Excerpt from Infant Massage A Handbook for Loving Parents 

By Vimala McClure.

International Association of Infant Massage Infant Massage - USA

INFANT MASSAGE PARENT CHILD SERIES

newborn to one year

Dads, Moms, Grandparents, and Siblings Welcome!

Learn to communicate with confidence, understand baby's cues, sleep more, enjoy less crying and improve baby's health, digestion and all bodily functions. Loving massage can increase muscle tone, improve baby's motor skills, IQ, teach respect and trust. Soothe, repair, improve security and relaxation for your baby. 

Five-Week Session $125*  

Five-Week Private Session $200*

(Please call or email to arrange in-home sessions.) 

Need-based scholarships available.

 

*Includes bottle of massage oil and Book.

This class meets for 5 consecutive weeks. Each 90 minute class builds on the massage strokes learned the previous week, laying the foundation for this new skill. Upon completion of all 5 classes you will have learned a complete massage routine for your child you can do daily. This routine will provide an opportunity for connection and relaxation for both you and your baby. You will also learn how to adapt this routine to your growing child, further strengthening the parent child bond into adolescence. 

"My husband and I took Gina's infant massage class series. We loved it! Our sweet boy loves his nightly massages and they've become a meaningful part of our day where we can really connect with our baby."

                             -Katy 2019

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