Baby Massage and Yoga Milton
Baby Massage and Yoga with Birth Of A Mum is a beautiful way to connect with your new baby and other mums.
Gentle stretching, breathing, meditation and relaxation for mums and massage and movement for baby.
Mamas CircleEach class concludes with a delicious cup of organic tea and homemade bliss balls and nourishing conversation with like- minded mamas
Benefits of Baby Massage & Yoga
- Relieves aches and pains
- Improves self- confidence
- Strengthens your bond with your Baby
- Boosts oxytocin (the love hormone)
- Improves your mood and decreases the likelihood of postpartum mood disorders
- Reduces feelings of overwhelm
- Prevents loneliness and Isolation
- Relaxes you and your baby
- Tools to soothe your baby naturally if they suffer from gas/ colic, constipation, reflux, teething pain or congestion
- Fun activity to do with your baby
About Melissa Field
Melissa has supported mothers for the past 19 years as a Prenatal, Postnatal Yoga and Baby Massage Instructor and more recently as a Birth, Postpartum and Matrescence Educator.
After 9 years, Melissa sold her first yoga and pilates studio, Yoganic in Sydney when she moved to Milton on the South Coast in 2018 where she opened Mamatoto Retreat (and later rebranded to Birth Of A Mum).
When: Tuesdays 11am- 12pm
Dates: 6- 27 June
11 Myrtle St Milton
$140 for 4 week course
Includes comprehensive manual and baby oil.
Who’s this class for?
Mamas with pre- crawling babies.
When can I start?
I recommend waiting until your baby is 6 weeks old.
Can I come casually of do I have to sign up to a course?
Each week you’ll learn a new baby massage and yoga sequence building on the week before.
If you miss a week, we’ll revise the learnings from the previous week so you won’t feel left behind.
You’ll also receive comprehensive notes so you will have all the info you need.
Do I need to book online or can I just show up?
To ensure there is a spot for you, please book online.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring your own mat and a wrap for your baby to lie on. You can park your pram just outside the door.
What do I wear?
Clothes that are stretchy, comfy and make you feel good. Layering is best in case you get hot or cold. No shoes or socks are necessary.
What if my baby’s crawling?
Once your baby is crawling, it’s more beneficial for you to come to the Yoga Mum Circle (child free). Find out more here
Got more questions?
Call Me (Melissa): 0452 580 005 or email me: email@example.com
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