Massaging your baby doesn't just feel good. Studies show and parents can attest that it also encourages bonding and even promotes physical, emotional, and intellectual growth. Now, experienced baby massage therapist Suzanne Reese clearly demonstrates how you can use specific techniques to help your baby thrive. Helpful photographs demonstrate the precise hand placement, and easy-to-follow instructions explain the benefits of massage for legs, arms, and bodies. Special massages calm your baby to sleep, comfort fussing, relieve tummy troubles, and relax baby after a bath. And the stand-up format keeps your hands on your baby, not turning pages.
|Family & Relationships||Child Care|
|Health & Fitness||Massage & Reflexotherapy|