CHILD MASSAGE … why skin is the first language …

CHILD MASSAGE … why skin is the first language …

CHILD MASSAGE … why skin is the first language …

 

In India, massage is a millenary art that mothers pass from generation to generation to their daughters. In the West this art came from the hand of Frederick Leboyer and Vimala McClure, founder of the International Association of Infant Massage (AEMI in Spain).
The purpose of the Association is to promote nutritional touch and communication through massage, so that children are loved, valued and respected throughout the world through their parents and / or caregivers.

Among the multiple benefits are:
– It helps to mature all the systems of the body of the baby that at birth are still to be developed.
– Increase the neuronal connection in the brain.
– Increases the level of relaxation and helps to reconcile and mature the sleep pattern.

THE MOST IMPORTANT BENEFIT is the immense satisfaction that parents receive knowing that they are building a strong bond of trust and love with their baby.

Massaging a baby, a child, is one of the most enriching and loving experiences that our children give us in this intimate space of silence where looks, smiles, gestures and gurgles are the only communication between the two.

If you are interested in the subject and want to know more, this book will be very useful for you. “Connect with your children from the heart, touch them with your hands, your eyes and your heart, allow them to connect with the beat of life and the world.” (Book: Tao of Motherhood, Vimala McClure)

Written by Natalia Molina: Infant Massage Educator (AEMI) and children’s reflexology, Yoga teacher in family, children and adolescents (SURIAKYRANAM), reflexology by the International Institute of Reflexology (Original Ingham Method), Metamorphic Technique, naturopathy, Lympherapist, Chiromassage , Bach flowers, aromatherapy, Reiki Master. If you want to contact her for more information about workshops or personalized sessions, you can do it at 664 62 17 02.

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