Nurture Me (Part 1): Baby Massage - Fusion Performer Dance & Drama School - December 2020

Instructor Start Date Time Duration Location Price
Jen Dowding 03/12/2020 Thursdays (12:45 pm - 2:00 pm) 5 weeks (no classes 24th December, 31st December or 7th January) Fusion Performer Dance & Drama School, Unit 12 Braiswick Place, Basildon, SS15 6EB £60
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About Nurture Me (Part 1): Baby Massage

This course is suitable for babies from birth to active crawling. You will learn a full body baby massage routine to enjoy with your baby along with all the benefits of baby massage, a Colic Alleviation & Prevention routine, settling techniques and much more. The classes are relaxed, friendly and informative and run in a ‘home from home’ environment. We always say that babies are in charge in our classes, so you never have to worry if baby wants a feed, nappy change or a sleep at any point. You should just feel free to meet baby’s needs as you wish. Included in the price of the course, you will receive a bottle of our Basking Babies organic baby massage oil, a Basking Babies cotton bag, professional handouts and refreshments. There is therefore nothing specific that you need to bring to the class, other than a towel for your baby to lie on (or you can purchase one of our Basking Babies towels from your instructor). Once you have completed this course you will be able to join our unique weekly More Massage & Baby Reflexology classes where you can continue to gain the benefits of baby massage, enjoy the group environment and get support from a qualified 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.

Instructors

Jen Dowding