" I took part in Sylvie’s baby massage classes when Jack was 5 months old. Her welcoming presence, her clear explanations have really motivated me to massage Jack on a regular basis (I had books about Shantala massage at home but never..."

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Touch is the first sense that human beings develop, and research indicates that fetuses can show sensitivity to touch as early as eight weeks gestation.

The skin is the largest organ of the body. If you spread it flat, an adult’s skin would cover about two square metres, which helps explain why touch is the most developed of all the senses.

Research has shown that baby massage can have a marked positive impact on babies’ weight gain and neurological development.

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Benefits of baby massage

  • Helps calm babies and promotes deep sleep
  • Offers relief from cramps, colic, constipation
  • Enhances parent-child bond

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Benefits of prenatal massage

  • Reduces stress levels
  • Helps ease pain and discomfort during pregnancy and labour
  • Fosters better sleep

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