Baby Massage Information and Location
Located in our beautiful bespoke
Gymboree Play & Learn
Facilities with Free Parking.
Gymboree Lanarkshire, 6 Albion
Way, Kelvin North Industrial Estate, East Kilbride, G75
0YN. Tel 07866 488710
|Week One: "Meet
introduction the instructor will outline the 4
Classes are very relaxed and will allow for
mums to feed babies or change nappy as required.
We are baby led in our teaching. Course literature
with massage sequence will be handed out along
with massage oil. Parents will receive instruction
on pressure required and the do’s and don’ts
of massaging babies.
Breathing and stretching
Teach Strokes – Legs and feet only on Day 1. Lots of time
for talking and becoming comfortable with other members. Social class that is
great for meeting friends for both babies and parents. *
Time for Tea/coffee water all provided free of charge.
Reflect over last weeks class teaching.
Review the leg and feet strokes.
Learn abdomen and colic routine. **
Introduce fun time with signing and eye tracking.
Undress baby completely for first time
on if preferred)
Learn how to massage chest and arms,
on lymph nodes
Go back over previous strokes on abdomen and legs.
Review all strokes learnt so far
Learn Head face and back strokes
Review and practice all strokes learnt and
give full body massage
Fun time with baby
* Supporting and sharing with others who
have recently undergone such a life changing experience
is wonderfully helpful for parents and can be a major boost
in alleviating post- partum depression. Who better to understand
and empathise, than others who face similar challenges,
joys and pressures. This is why we encourage an environment
of social interaction with lots of time to hold discussion.
There is Never any pressure though to share your stories
with anyone and classes are baby and mum led.
** Colic is a distressing condition for baby and parent
and during our teaching we will introduce techniques to
help alleviate the symptoms for baby. We will also share
our knowledge of ways in which parents can help to avoid
the severity or even the onset of colic by use of preventative