EMBRACE YOUR HEALTH
Infant Massage - Call for details
Infant massage is a great way to bond with your new baby while providing many benefits to help them grow, improve their digestion, immune system as well as their ability to communicate. Sessions include infant massage as well as explanations of techniques and a few tips to massage your baby at home. Take the class to learn the full benefits and techniques to give your infant a wonderfully relaxing and healing massage. (3 weeks to 18 months)
Infant / Pediatric Massage - Call for details
Pediatric massage promotes health and well-being for children and adolescents. It's goal is to reduce pain, stresses, anxiety, menstrual problems, improve communication, and heal injuries from sports or other athletics. (18 months to 18 yrs)
Belly & Hand Casting - Coming 2020
Bellycasts are made by covering the pregnant tummy with layered strips of wet plaster gauze. After setting for 20-30 minutes, the cast is lifted from the tummy and air dried for 24-48 hours. The bellymask can then be left in its natural state or decorated using any number of finishes or designs.
Rebozo / Labor Support Class - Coming 2020
This class goes indepth into the uses of the rebozo and how your partner can help ease your pregnancy discomforts and demonstrate more useful techniques that can be utilized during Labor. This is also a great bonding experience for the father or partner to feel like they are holding the baby while still in utero and to inform them on how they can help their pregnant spouse.
***What Is Rebozo?
The Rebozo, is a traditional Mexican shawl used during pregnancy and delivery. Rebozos allow your whole body to be shimmied, rocked, wrapped and held as it releases tension while giving you a sense of being lighter! This balances and relaxes the pelvis, lower back, womb and ligaments, allowing more room for the womb to settle into the right anatomical position.
Infant Massage Class - Coming 2020
Best performed during the 6 weeks after birth to allow for things to move back in place more easily. Binds can be done 3 days after delivery or 2 weeks after C-section as long as it’s comfortable for the postpartum woman.