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  1. Baby Health
    Free: Quick Start Baby Massage Guide. Find it at Easy to follow for first time massagers! Here's why you want to massage your baby:
  2. Life With a Baby
    Hi. As the mother of 3 adult children and a 25 year massage therapist, I believe that babies must be massaged during the fourth trimester and beyond. There are those who want you to think you need to take a class to be able to massage a baby, but not true. My Quick Start Guide has everything...
  3. North/South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming
    Is anyone massaging their baby? Some would have you think you must take a class to do so but that is not the case. It is as natural a thing as nursing your baby, or should be. The benefits are life changing. Go to my website and get the free quick start guide.
  4. Baby
    New research confirms that there is power in the way we touch our babies and how baby massage can bring them pain relief and comfort. When my little guy was a toddler and he'd get a bump or a boo-boo, I'd always quickly give the spots rubs back and forth and tell him, "Rub your neurons! Rub...
  5. Baby
    Massage is wonderful to add to daily routines with your baby as this loving touch may have many benefits for you both. At a recent Earthskills Gathering, I attended an infant massage class led by Michele Gee LMBT, CD (DONA) licensed massage bodywork therapist and doula. We learned the benefits...
  6. Baby
    Every time you touch your baby, his skin (and yours) produces a spike in oxytocin levels. Oxytocin, also known as the "love hormone," is not only responsible for boosting breastmilk supply and encouraging your little one to latch, but is also incredibly important to bonding. This hormone is one...
  7. Baby
    If you've never heard of taking a newborn to a chiropractor, it might strike you as a surprising idea. Yet, if you think of all the reasons adults get chiropractic care, it makes sense. Being born vaginally is not an easy thing to do and, by the time they met us on the outside, babies have...
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hello! I am a qualified pre and post natal yoga teacher, registered nurse and yoga practitioner presents the videos. Christelle practices yoga, yogic breathing and meditation every day. Before teaching yoga she worked as a nurse in France, Switzerland, Ireland, and New Caledonia where she...
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