Nurture Me (Part 2): More Massage & Baby Reflexology - Corringham Library - January 2020
|Jen Dowding||13/01/2020||Mondays (11:15 am - 12:15 pm)||5 weeks||Corringham Library, St John's Way, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 7LJ||£42.50|
About Nurture Me (Part 2): More Massage & Baby Reflexology
If you have previously completed our weekly baby massage course (for beginners), and have therefore learned our full body baby massage routine, you are invited to join this advanced baby massage class. Our More Massage & Baby Reflexology weekly sessions allow you to continue to experience the magic of baby massage and to learn the art of baby reflexology, providing you with additional techniques to ease and relieve normal baby discomforts. These relaxing and beneficial sessions allow parents and babies to reinforce the baby massage moves previously learned, continue to gain the benefits of baby massage, learn the new skill of baby reflexology, enjoy the group environment and get support from a qualified instructor.Look out for our More Massage & Baby Reflexology Special Sessions where we invite a carefully selected guest speaker to join us to impart valuable knowledge in their area of expertise while you enjoy your tea and cake. You will be given a FREE Basking Basking Babies thermal mug, Basking Babies organic baby massage oil and Basking Babies cotton baby vest on your first session of this course.
There is nothing specific to bring to these classes apart from a towel for your baby to lie on (or you can purchase one of our Basking Babies towels from your instructor).
About Basking Babies in Laindon & Orsett
Hi, my name is Jen and welcome to Basking Babies Thurrock.
I was first introduced to Basking Babies in 2017 when I took my daughter, Harriet, to classes when she was three months old. What started out as an opportunity to get out of the house during those whirlwind early months turned into something even more special – I made friends with local parents, enjoyed a unique bonding experience with my baby, not to mention the opportunity to drink a hot cup of tea in a calm and relaxed environment every week.
The benefits of baby massage are far-reaching, from colic alleviation to nap and bedtime settling techniques – to this day, Harriet still asks for a back rub before bed. As a qualified baby massage instructor, I am able to share these invaluable skills with other parents which is incredibly rewarding.
If you’d like to know more about the classes on offer, or have any questions at all about baby massage, feel free to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you.