Infancy

Baby massage

Expert: Lucy Johns
Masterclass structure: 8 lessons (37:14 minutes)

About this class

Baby massage has been practiced for a very long time across many cultures. Research shows that it has many benefits. It helps you to bond with your baby and it improves your confidence in handling them. Regularly massaging your baby can reduce crying, help relieve wind, constipation, and colic, as well as relieve nasal congestion and teething pain. Baby massage helps to develop good muscle tone, enhances their body awareness, and improves skin texture. In sum, baby massage brings wonderful benefits to you and your baby. What are you waiting for? Let’s start!

About the expert

Lucy Johnson holds a VCTC Level 3 Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Swedish Massage, Aromatherapy. She also holds a certificate for Advanced Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Hope Candles Hot Stones, Thai Table Massage, and Deep Tissue Acu-Massage. As a mother of three, she understands the challenges that new parents face and through her baby massage courses she supports new mothers and their babies.

Lessons in this class

9 Lessons (37:14min)
The complete masterclass 36:47
1. Lesson - Meet your expert 0:18
2. Lesson - Let's start the massage: The legs 11:28
3. Lesson - Next step: The tummy 8:09
4. Lesson - The face 4:07
5. Lesson - Tummy time and back massage 3:02
6. Lesson - Useful techniques for constipation, trapped wind and colic 5:04
7. Lesson - Useful techniques if your baby has a cold 2:26
8. Lesson - How to get ready for your baby massage 2:04
9. Lesson - Take home message 0:36

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