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This educational and important DVD offers a contemporary approach to the ancient and beneficial art of Infant Massage. Licensed Neuromuscular Therapist Ines Benedict leads this Step-by-Step lesson in baby massage techniques. Special strokes enable caregivers to tailor the massage to each child's individual needs, and an enlightening question and answer session with a Registered Nurse and Childbirth Instructor from the Better Birth Foundation further addresses a multitude of questions about Infant Massage for premature and full term babies. This unique award-winning parenting resource is designed to teach safe and effective massage techniques while strengthening the bonds between babies, parents, & caregivers, contributing to the development of secure, self-confident children.
Infant Massage: The Power of Touch is a simple, gentle process proven to help ease colic, digestive problems, fussiness, and a host of other common discomforts in babies. Doctors worldwide have heralded the positive impact of massage on infants' well-being.
Massaged babies gain weight as much as 50% faster than unmassaged babies. They're more active, alert and responsive, more aware of their surroundings, better able to tolerate noise, and they orient themselves faster and are emotionally more in control. - American Health Magazine
DVD BONUS FEATURES
Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
Digitally Mastered Audio & Video
Multi-Directional Interactive Menus
Over 25 Scene Selections
Instant Access to All Chapters
Over 40 Minutes of Bonus Music for Massage
Massage Benefit Section
Immunization & Vaccines
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If it's hard for you to get out to a class, but you'd like to know how to do infant massage, consider ordering a new video --Chicago Parents Newsmagazine
...clearly demonstrates the basic massage strokes and then devotes special time to massage techniques... This is a gentle, compassionate, and loving presentation. And isn't that what every baby should be greeted with upon entering life? --David Morgan, Body, Mind Spirit
...teaches moms and dads how to strengthen the bonds between baby and parent through tot rubdowns. As if babies aren't spoiled enough. --Entertainment Weekly
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