Babies love it and so will you!

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Our Infant Massage program consists of  2 -1 hour classes to help you develop skills to massage your baby. Promote a deeper, longer sleep, aid digestion, elimation and circulation.  All massage services are provided by a Registered Massage Therapist, specializing in pregnancy and infant massage.
Registering for:   
May 21 & 28
July 2 & 9 (Last class before Sept.)
Time: 11:30 - 12:30 pm
Cost: $90.00 
A tax receipt will be issued for those with extended health care plans, please check with your provider  *Covered by most health care plans*

A receipt will be given for the Child Fitness tax credit 
Combine any 2 programs and  Save $15.00
Cannot be used for Infant & Child C.P.R or Breastfeeding Class  or an already discounted program. 
    


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Touch Promotes Brain Growth Not only is touch good for the body, it's good for the mind. Studies show that newborns receiving extra touch display enhanced neurological development. Why this smart connection? Researchers believe that touch promotes the growth of myelin, the insulating material around nerves that makes nerve impulses travel faster.
Touch Improves Digestion Babies receiving extra touch show enhanced secretion of digestive hormones. Researchers believe that this is another reason that touched infants grow better. It seems that touch makes the babies' digestive system more efficient. Babies with colic caused by the irritable colon syndrome may have less trouble in the colon when massaged frequently.
Touch Improves Behavior  Research shows babies receiving extra touch become better organized. They sleep better at night, fuss less during the day, and relate better to caregivers' interactions. Touch settles babies. Massage can be wonderful tools for helping your baby go to sleep at night. Dr. William Sears

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