Baby Massage Course
During this course I'll teach you, practicing on my baby Jacopo (my baby doll), different massage routines that you will practice on your baby to help him/her relax and alleviate some of the most frequent discomforts that babies feel.
We will have a relaxed time to chat about different important topics for a fullfilling maternage experience and we will share our experiences and create a suporting network of friends.
The group course is for mums and their babies from 0 to 12 months old and is of 4 or 5 classes of 1 hour and an half each. One class per week.
We can do the course wherever is more convenient for the group, in a clean and calm enviroment. I bring all the material needed.

I also offer private classes in the confort of your home.

Advantages of the IAIM Infant Massage Program
Did you know that parents who take a class with IAIM learn much more than just the mechanics of a massage routine? Our program involves many different styles of touch, movement, interaction and communication.
Both research and anecdotal evidence from families have shown that there are many ways that babies and families may benefit from infant massage.

They can be grouped into four categories: Interaction, Stimulation, Relief and Relaxation.

Interaction in Infant Massage May Include:
Promotion of bonding and secure attachment
Verbal/non-verbal communication
Development of trust and confidence
Using all the senses
Feelings of love, respect, and being valued

Each Massage May Stimulate:
Circulatory and digestive systems
Hormonal and immune systems
Coordination and balance
Learning and concentration
Muscular development and growth
Mind and body awareness

Parents May Find that Infant Massage Helps Relieve:
Gas and colic
Constipation and elimination
Growing pains and muscular tension
Teething discomfort

The Massage Promotes Relaxation which May be Shown Through:
Improved sleep patterns
Increased flexibility and muscle tone
Regulation of behavioral states

​Being calm and being able to calm themself
Reduction in stress hormones