Infant Massage

Mondays (4-Week Sessions)
10:00 - 11:00am
Balanced Mind Meditation Center

Infant Massage is a natural and soothing way to promote infant health.
A certified Infant Massage Instructor teaches parents techniques
which will provide many benefits for their babies and at the same
time offer a very special bonding period. Benefits include: relief of
discomfort for teething, congestion, colic, constipation and
emotional stress, and enhancement of neurological development,
sleep, muscle tone development, and strengthening of the immune
system.

November 26, December 3, December 10, and December 17 Add to Cart

February 4, February 11, February 18, and February 25 Add to Cart

March 25, April 1, April 15, and April 22 Add to Cart

May 6, May 13, May 20, and June 3 Add to Cart


About Infant Massage

To sign up, please e-mail shalombaby@lfjcc.org

Have uninterrupted time to bond with your baby and learn soothing techniques.

Infant Massage is a natural and soothing way to promote infant health. A certified Infant Massage Instructor will teach parents techniques that will provide benefits for their babies as well as provide a very special bonding period. This is important.

Benefits Include:

• Relief of discomfort for teething, congestion, colic, constipation and emotional stress 
• Enhancement of neurological development
• Development of better sleep habits 
• Muscle tone development
• Strengthening of the immune system

"After the class I respond better to Dani’s nonverbal communication, it has helped with our nighttime routine, and he is going to the bathroom more often. This class helped us to bond even more! I liked best all the wisdom Rachel shared, getting to know more moms, but especially finding reassurance that it is okay to follow my instincts. I was getting mixed messages and everything she taught us resonated more with the kind of parenting I want to pursue. Rachel is such an angel. I feel I’ve known her forever. Her energy is amazing. Thanks for sharing all you know with us. My only recommendation would be for the class to be longer. I’m sad it is over. Please consider having some other courses/workshops regarding parenting. Thanks Rachel!"