Infant massage instructor training
October 16 - 17, 2017 | Richmond, BC
Bring infant massage to your community! Infant massage encourages attachment and bonding between a baby and her caregiver. Parents who massage their baby report feeling less stressed and more confident reading their baby’s cues. Infant massage helps baby sleep better, relaxes and soothes, aids digestion, contributes to development. Research shows further benefits for babies with colic, eczema, babies with special needs, and adoptive families.
Before the Course
Course (October 16-17)
Delegates are on their own for breaks/lunch - meals and refreshments are not included.
About the instructor
Melanie Osmack MA is the founder and director of Fit 4 Two®. She has been a certified infant massage instructor through the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) since 2003. Since that time she has helped hundreds of families enjoy the benefits of nurturing touch. In 2008, Melanie drew on her education and experience in curriculum development in order to create the Fit 4 Two® Infant Massage Instructor Training Course. She looks forward to bringing the course to the BCAOP conference and helping front line workers expand their skill set.