I'm Amy Booker
International Expert in Baby Massage & Yoga
I have taught hundreds of parents throughout Australia to massage their babies, and now through my online course I am able to reach more parents and babies all over the world.
I am also the Australian Trainer for Blossom and Berry, an International baby massage & yoga training organisation.
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This is a podcast highlighting the power of touch and how to cultivate connection and TEACH LOVE through gentle, nurturing touch. Raising our kids to be happy and confident to go out and explore the world knowing the are loved. We have real conversations surrounding parenthood and chat with industry experts and thought leaders from all over the world.
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Cultivate connection & make memories through gentle, nurturing touch.
Baby massage is so much more than simply learning techniques to relieve your baby's tummy pain (wind, colic + constipation), teething pain and nasal congestion; It is also stimulating their development and aiding relaxation. But most importantly, it is offering you an opportunity to tune in, check in & spend special 1:1 quality time with your babe, toddler or child as they grow. Creating so many special memories for you both.
Baby massage can help to offer relief from the discomfort of digestive pain caused by wind & constipation and can also soothe teething pains, relieve nasal & chest congestion and help dry skin.
Baby massage offers a way to get to know your baby, enhance interaction and to communicate to him/her that he/she is loved and respected. Early positive interaction for babies is very important to help them adjust to the world from the womb and to establish a secure attachment with a carer.
STIMULATION + DEVELOPMENT
Baby massage can help to stimulate the nervous system which aids coordination and sensory development. It also improves circulation and strengthens baby’s muscles & joints.
When you massage your baby your body produces relaxing “feel good” hormones which help you both to relax. A more relaxed baby is likely to feed and sleep better.