Learn how to engage with your baby in a developmentally-appropriate way through play!
Babies, Bellies, & Bubbles is an online *VIDEO* course with an interactive workbook that will help you navigate the woes of babyhood. By empowering you with knowledge of WHY and HOW the baby's body works, you will be able to better understand and troubleshoot issues as they arise.
If you’re like most moms, the fourth trimester can hit you like a ton of bricks. You hear a crying baby but don’t know why. Your nipples are raw and the tears are flowing. The baby blues as well as post-partum anxiety/depression can be REAL and also very limiting.
Many of my clients say they know they heard there are classes to take and exercises to do, but they have trouble finding time when they get stuck pumping, or when baby has a few bad days in a row, or life gets in the way.
The truth is that it is ABSOLUTELY possible to turn the crying, hungry, and tired baby into the cool, calm, collected, and happy baby that we know is inside. I know because countless clients have transformed their babies by empowering themselves with the knowledge found in this class.
In this course, you will learn the neurology and physiology behind infant development. There are simple massages, stretches, and exercises that you will learn to facilitate appropriate movement. The more of a habit that you make the exercises, the bigger the benefit to the baby. In fact, these exercises can also lengthen the time between manual bodywork sessions if your child is receiving them.
In the Babies, Bellies, & Bubbles course and workbook you’ll learn:
-how our current work environment is affecting positioning in the womb
-what the cranial nerves in the head are and how they impact the activities of daily living
⁃ what to do when the cranial nerves are pinched
⁃ how tongue ties can create tension patterns on the body
⁃ How to position and move your baby to unwind any unwanted tension patterns
⁃ why starting early yields better results
This workshop and workbook are a guide and meant for parent education purposes only. The information listed here are suggestions, not hard-and-fast rules. We say this because we know that every child is different, every parent is different, and that means that every family dynamic is different too. The information listed here should not be considered a substitute for individualized physical therapy and should not be perceived as medical advice.
We are happy to answer questions about the workshop, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.