• Massage dilates blood vessels, improving circulation and relieving congestion.

  • Massage increases the number of circulating red blood cells.

  • Massage increases the blood supply and nutrition to muscles.

  • Massage improves muscle tone.

  • Massage prevents or delays muscular atrophy that results from forced inactivity.

  • Massage helps eliminate edema (swelling) of the extremities.

  • Massage helps return venous blood to the heart and eases the strain on this vital organ.

  • Massage stretches connective tissue, improving its circulation and nutrition.  

Infant Massage

  • Improves immune system.
  • Helps baby learn to relax.
  • Promotes positive body image.
  • Promotes bonding and communication.
  • Helps to regulate the respiratory system.
  • Helps relieve discomfort from gas and colic, congestion, and teething.
  • Decreases production of stress hormones.

Benefits for Parents Enjoying Infant Massage

  • Provides a special focused time that helps deepen bonding.
  • Helps parents to understand and respond appropriately to baby's non-verbal cues.
  • Promotes feelings of competence and confidence in caring for baby.
  • Improves parent-infant communication.
  • Increases parents' ability to help child relax in times of stress.
  • Eases stress of parent who must be separated from child during the day.
  • It is fun and relaxing for parents to take this "hands-on" approach with their children. 
Unused Content:
P: (555) 555-5555