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Thu, Aug 22


The Virtual Hive - Google Meet

A Touch of Honey

Virtual Infant Massage Class

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A Touch of Honey
A Touch of Honey

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Aug 22, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:20 AM

The Virtual Hive - Google Meet

About the event

Infant Massage is a physical reminder to connect with baby. It’s ease of use and friendly design creates a daily habit and consistent use which has been shown to help baby's psychosocial, neurological and physical development.

For Babee

  • Promotes social, neural, emotional and cognitive development
  • Helps baby relax and release tensions of daily stimuli
  • Decrease in irritability and excessive crying
  • Reduction of gas, colic and digestive difficulties
  • Regulates behavioral states and promotes sleep
  • Strengthens and regulates primary systems (i.e., respiratory, circulatory, nervous, musculature, digestive and endocrine)

For Parents

  • Promotes better understanding of infant cues
  • Enhances communication and emotional ties to baby
  • Increases confidence and handling skills
  • Provides quality one-on-one interaction
  • Encourages parents to unwind, relax, and listen to their baby

Why do I need to use massage?

We all tend to forget about the simplest things, all the time. Babee massage is not an exception. Apart from being a beautiful item to display, the Mind Bidy Babee model of care relieves fussiness, grassiness, colic, teething pain, tension from oral restrictions, relief of constipation, upset stomach or simply to bond. Birth unfortunately can be a traumatic for some new mothers and inhibit the smooth transition into the postpartum for you and your babee, infant massage is a great way to heal

to begin the journey back to you and your confidence in caring for your babee.

Is infant massage sage for babees?

Infant massage is designed to be the first interactive device that brings parents and babies closer together. Calming vibrations and pressure engage baby's developing tactile senses while allowing parents to engage in a bonding experience that will have a positive impact on both the babee and parent.

How often should I massage my babee?

A daily massage habit has been shown to improve baby’s growth, neural and cognitive development. The effects of Kahlmi are cumulative, meaning that the more you use it the more benefits it will have for baby as well as parents. Use the Kahlmi as much as you’d like to help soothe baby at home and on the go while visiting the doctor, running errands or gatherings with family. Many parents report 1-2 times a day, morning and bedtime, as the ideal times to massage baby.

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