Baby Calm - Baby Massage & Baby First Aid

Combined Baby Massage and Baby First Aid

Thursday    10:00–11:30

Coty & Madison Limited  miles

107 Bradford Road
Ilkley , West Yorkshire
LS29 6BU
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0 months - 12 months
Term time only

Young Babies

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This enjoyable five week massage & first aid course will demonstrate how to massage your baby with confidence helping to enhance your bond and attachment through loving touch whilst also learning life saving first aid techniques.

You will learn massage strokes to help with common problems such as colic, wind, constipation & teething and each week massage a new body area slowly building to a full routine.

Informative weekly discussions will focus on baby first aid techniques and advice including; choking, meningitis, burns and scalds, baby CPR, what to do if baby has stopped breathing or having a seizure/febrile convulsion and the recovery position.

Of course, like every good baby group there will also be a range of hot and biscuits over a group chat. A lovely way to make new local friends.

My classes are extremely relaxed and you are welcome to feed, change and generally see to your baby's needs throughout the class. Classes last 1hr 30mins including an opportunity to relax with refreshments during the class so you certainly won't feel rushed in or out. It's the ideal first class to attend with your baby.

The five week course is just £55 and includes a paediatric first aid book, baby massage folder with detailed handouts, organic oils, and refreshments. A £30 non-refundable payment is taken upon booking and the remaining £25 is taken at the first session. Nurturing touch can be given from birth, or as soon as you feel ready to join, and we take babies up to one year.

I provide a cosy, calm and non-judgemental environment where we believe that parents are the experts of their babies. Careful consideration goes in to my courses and the environment to ensure that babies are not overstimulated with unnecessary noise or visual distraction. Nurturing touch provides the appropriate stimulation to encourage healthy brain development as backed up by the latest research.


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