Bernadette offers these short courses to either individuals or groups in their own home.
Please contact her for full details if you want to arrange a course for yourself & your baby or your group:
Baby Massage Home Visits
Baby massage home visits are short courses for adult carers & babies up to the pre-crawling stage, although baby massage can continue well into early childhood, once the techniques have been learnt. It is a unique way of communicating with your baby using the sense of touch-to which babies are extremely receptive. It is especially suitable for prems, C section & low birth weight babies & offers the mutual benefits of relaxation and enjoyment to both baby & carer.
Adults find it is another way of getting to know the baby & become more confident in their handling & ability to nurture their child & to feel more relaxed whilst doing it. For the baby all major body systems are stimulated, including circulatory, respiratory, nervous and digestive. Indeed massage tends to improve the appetite.
A massage manual & oil are provided.
“Learning baby massage opened up a whole new way of enjoying, and calming my babies that I never could have imagined.
My twins are now 1 year old and my little boy still melts in my hands when I start to apply the massage techniques I learnt with Bernadette”
Please contact Bernadette if your group would like to enjoy a mummy massage morning or afternoon. It is often difficult for mums to have daytime massage treatments, especially if breastfeeding.
Bernadette can come to a group at home and offer full body massage, indian head massage & Reiki in a room nearby whilst other mums in group take turns to care for each baby. This is a great solution to the often complex arrangements that need to be set in place before and even, if, you get the chance to treat yourself and your aching body to some TLC just for you!
Baby Massage:individual or group tuition
Baby massage home visits are short courses for adult carers & babies up to the pre-crawling stage, although baby massage can continue well into early childhood, once the techniques have been learnt”