2014 August

Infant Massage Classes

Are you interested in helping springboard your baby’s IQ?
Are you interested in helping your baby have a good night’s sleep?
Are YOU interested in having an uninterrupted, good night’s sleep?
Are you interested in helping your baby’s joint and muscle development?

If you answered yes to these questions, you will be pleased to know these things ARE possible.  Infant massage has been found to help baby’s accomplish these things along with many more!

I am  now teaching classes to show you how to effectively give your baby a massage that will help him or her today and tomorrow.  More…

To finish the teaching requirement to my certification, I am looking for parents interested in participating in 3 classes with their baby.  Limited space available.  407.566.8852.

Class Information
Date:        Aug 22, Aug 29, Sept 5
Time:       10:00 (time still needs to be confirmed)
Location:  Community Presbyterian Church

What’s New?

As I move into my 7th year of providing massage therapy for Central Orlando, I have had the distinct privilege of being trained to teach Parent Education Classes on Infant Massage by internationally recognized pioneer in the field, Tina Allen through Liddle Kidz Foundation.

For many years I been honored to help children by using massage and craniosacral therapy.  By obtaining this new certification, I will be able to teach parents of infants how to do simple, yet profoundly effective, massage for your youngster at home.

The benefits are huge –  increased IQ, better sleep, bonding and closeness to family – just to name a few!

I am still available for office visits for your children, but by offering these classes my desire is to empower you.

This may become the very best part of your day!

Who is the Liddle Kidz Foundation?

With over a decade of service to children and families, Tina Allen, founder of leading children’s health and nurturing touch organization Liddle Kidz™Foundation (LKF), has become an internationally respected educator, author and expert in the field of infant and pediatric massage therapy.

She is currently consulting on the development of comprehensive pediatric massage programs for The Mayo Clinic, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Shriner’s Hospital and Sutton Children’s Medical Center.

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