Light Touch Baby Reflexology in Poole

 

Baby Reflexology Prices

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Please note we offer to age range groups:

  • 4 weeks – 7 months
  • 8 months – standing without support (but still not walking)

See event pages for course dates or contact us for more details. To be paid at time of booking.

About Light Touch Baby Reflexology Course

It can help with many ailments typical of this stage, such as colic, colds, teething and sleeping problems. The therapist will teach the parent how to perform the easy reflexology techniques to help their baby or toddler over a period of 3 weeks. These techniques are feather like touch and are great for soothing a distressed infant. Over the 3-week course you will learn techniques to aid with feeding and digestion, sleeping and comforting and general wellbeing, eye, ear and nose complaints and teething pains.

When performed on young babies (4 weeks – 7 months) the techniques are done on the feet with a feather light touch, as babies are very sensitive and receptive.  When performed on slightly older babies (8 months – standing without support (but still not walking), the techniques are done on the hands using nursery rhythms. During this time, you will have a chance to spend quality time with your little one whilst at the same time knowing that you are helping them feel better, more relaxed and reducing their discomfort and pain. 

Once you have learned the techniques from your therapist, you will be able to apply them on your baby every day, if necessary. It will take as little as 15 minutes a day to perform the techniques which can be done before bath time, before nap time or any time convenient to the parent and child.

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