Date(s) - 09/12/2017 - 10/12/2017
10:00 am - 11:00 am
This is a unique program combining Mum and Baby yoga with Infant Massage techniques.
- This practice is devoted for a gentle hands-on yoga and massage for babies.
- Practicing yoga with your baby helps to bond and have some special time together.
- Strengthen and support your postpartum, sleep deprived body with specific asanas (body postures). We also focus on restoring your pelvic floor muscles, abs and core, as well as releasing tension in your shoulder, neck and back.
- Your baby will be introduced to Baby Yoga movements with sing-along songs and lots kisses from mummy.
- It will help baby to develop its motor skills and he/ she will enjoy the sounds and interactions of other babies.
- Yoga movements can mimic the soothing rocking motion baby felt while in the womb. This stimulates relaxation responses, helping your baby fall asleep more easily and sleep for longer.
- Baby massage touch is a powerful tool helping to communicate with your baby, and the first sense developed in the womb. Learn about the infant massage – how, where and when to do it. Each session will include strokes presentation for various body parts.
- Each session will start with a baby massage and we will close off by nurturing relaxation, where using gentle touch techniques you will be able to connect with your baby.
What to bring:
Dress comfortably and make sure it is easy to put on and off your baby outfit. Bring receiving blanket for your baby.
Age of a baby:
from 6-8 weeks after birth 10 weeks after c-section up to about 8 months before walking. Make sure you get all clear from your GP.
Fee: Euro 20 one class, Euro 60 4 classes
Min 3 mums
Yoga Instructor and Childbirth Educator In 2010 Justyna traveled to India. She has completed there her first fundamental training and received title Yoga Siromani Teacher of Yoga in The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre. After that she has specialized herself in pregnancy, postnatal and kids yoga. Her desire to learn more about birth and breasfeeding has lead her to learn from great figures like Ina May Gaskin, Janet Balaskas, Gail Tully, Dr Jack Newman and Nancy Mohrbacher IBCLC, FILCA.
Certified Infant Massage Instructor, a mother of 2 and a Psychologist. Sharing her knowledge and skills to empower new parents in their new challening journey, she is also a babywearing consultant.Yoga movements can mimic the soothing rocking motion baby felt while in the womb. This stimulates relaxation responses, helping your baby fall asleep more easily and sleep for longer.