Baby & Pregnancy Reflexology in Poole

Reflexology for Babies

Baby & Pregnancy 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)

Maternity Reflexology

There are many benefits to having foot reflexology during this special time.

Receiving reflexology before, during and after pregnancy can help you stay calm, balanced and more in control.

Before becoming pregnant there is a time where a woman can take certain steps to be healthier and prepare for conception and the pregnancy journey. This of course, also applies to the dad to be! It’s at this time that you can start receiving reflexology and continue to do so during the whole process, including post pregnancy.

There are different techniques used to help with morning sickness, fatigue or tiredness, constipation, headaches, anxiety, backache, heartburn and many more.

Reflexology is very versatile and the techniques are adapted individually to each client, taking into consideration the medical history and progress of the pregnancy. It is not used to replace conventional care but to work with you during this time to enable you to have a better experience.

As your reflexologist I will do my best to help you relax and apply the techniques necessary, which could be specific or more general. After all, the body is a whole, where all organs and systems work in unison. Reflexology is a holistic therapy that looks at the body as such so the main aim is to find balance and health.

About Light Touch Baby Reflexology

It can help with many ailments typical of this stage, such as colic, colds, teething and sleeping problems. These techniques are feather like in touch and are great for soothing a distressed infant. As parents you will be taught how to perform the easy reflexology techniques to help your baby or toddler. These techniques can aid with feeding, digestion, sleeping, comforting, general wellbeing, as well as eye, ear, 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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