Baby Shiatsu: Gentle Touch to Help your Baby Thrive

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    Babies feel intuitively what scientists have needed painstaking research to establish: being touched and caressed is good for you. It makes you clever and cheerful, strengthens the parent-child bond, and lays the foundation for a healthy life.With baby shiatsu you can support your child's development. The gentle pressure-point massage meets the needs of tiny babies. This book shows you the various shiatsu techniques step by step. The first year of life is divided into four sections:* one to three months* four to six months * seven to nine months* ten to twelve months There are also specific techniques to help with health problems, which can, for example, soothe tummy ache and counteract difficulty in sleeping. And there's more:* Creating a state of calm * Easing wind * Calming the stomach * Breathing freely * For a good sleep * Strengthening the immune system

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    Number of Pages: 160
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781848191044
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    Listed in: Massage, Pregnancy, birth & baby care, Complementary therapies, healing & health
    Publishers: INGRAM INTERNATIONAL INC, JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS

    Books by Karin Kalbantner-Wernicke

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    RRP: £13.99

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