Infant massage workshop

Infant massage is a very old tradition that has its origin in Eastern culture, and that in many cultures is transmitted from mothers and fathers to sons and daughters.

Through massage we create a bond with the baby in its first months of life. An art that helps to understand their non-verbal language and to respond respectfully to their demands.

Studies and research reaffirm the need for nurturing touch as a fundamental basis for development in the first years of life. Four basic benefits of this physical contact are known: interaction, release, stimulation and relaxation.

In all sessions there is a space for welcome, relaxation and dialogue between families.

Some of the more specific benefits of infant massage:

  • Helps to create and strengthen emotional ties.
  • Relieves discomfort caused by colic and gas.
  • Facilitates the baby's sleep.
  • Helps to hear and understand the baby's cry.
  • Promotes communication between adults and their babies.
  • Strengthens the immune system.
  • Helps mature the nervous system.


Material you will need:

  • Towel (or soaker) and Muslin.
  • Comfortable clothes for the adult.


*Includes, in addition to the workshop, a dossier with the movements of infant massage.


October 7, 14, 21 and 28
From 4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.


7 October – legs and feet

October 14 – abdomen and colic

October 21 – chest and arms

October 28 – face, back and gentle stretches


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