Is your child a musician, an academic achiever, an athlete, or a teenager?
Does your child struggle in social situations, suffer from a recent loss or life change, have an eating or body image disorder, have a physical condition such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis, experience anxiety or depression?
What your child need is a good massage, it has very powerful benefits.
but how could massage help your child?
The study has proven that massage increase dopamine and decreases cortisol. Your baby/child sleeps deeper and more soundly.
Promote relaxation and help babies self-regulate and calm.
Enhance neurological development. This helps regulate anxiety and stress levels that can possibly be imbalanced due to social, family, academic pressures. Massage can improve sleepiness and the quality of sleep, which can improve the physical and emotional state of your child. Massage decreases muscle tension and also increases the range of motion.
Massage has also had benefits on infants, it can bring immediate and lasting results. there are techniques to massage your infant depending on your baby's needs.
Relieve the discomforts of gas, teething, colic, and congestion.
Stimulate all of the physiological systems. Massage sparks the neurons in their brains to grow and branch out to encompass other neurons.
Massage is helpful for children who experience symptoms, from sports injuries like musculoskeletal pain in helping neurological conditions or anxiety and increase healing.
Increase body awareness and neurological development.
Decrease levels of cortisol (the stress hormone) and blood glucose levels. The reduction in stress in children boosts the immune system and its ability to resist diseases.
Stimulate motor development.
Your young ones are more active than ever, in mind and the body. Teaching them to manage stress and body awareness while they are young can help prevent a lifetime of chronic pain and poor habits. We only have one body. Give your children the gift of teaching them how to take care of it at a young age.