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Baby Massage, Sensory & Relaxations Classes

Creating a stronger bond together

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Kimi has been trained by Peter Walker a pioneer of Developmental Baby Massage for babies and children from the 1980s onwards, Peter currently has some twenty thousand teachers in twenty-two different countries now teaching Developmental Baby Massage. All certificated “Developmental Baby Massage” teachers are personally taught and certified by Peter Walker.

 

Kimi has adapted her own classes to be fun and sensory based for both career and baby. These are perfect for pre crawlers.

 

Classes take place in her studio in the Ribble Valley. She runs 6 week courses giving you the knowledge and confidence in helping to support bonding and development.

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Bonding

Relaxation

Sensory

New friends

Fun

Welcoming

Supportive

Warm

Learning

Small classes

Scented

My classes have been designed to be calm and relaxed focusing on all the benefits it can give such as

To encourage better sleep

Improving circulation

Aiding digestion

Bonding and many many more

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Classes

Tuesday Mornings 9.45am - 10.45am  

(block of 5)   £45

 

7th Jan to 11th Feb

25th Feb to 7th Apr

21st Apr to 26th May

2nd June to 30th June

- Booking -

 

These classes are booking only, to book your space please call or message me on 07891723313

I have also teamed up with Mini first aid Lancashire who will deliver a 2 hour session, this is a practical session and is extreamly important.

Dates will be confirmed and as a baby massage attendee you get 20% off

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Baby Massage

The Curiosity Sensory Approach

Tuesday Mornings 11.15am - 12.15pm

Runs the same dates as massage. Limited to 10 in a class. Pre weekly booking only due to limited numbers.  £5 a session or book 6 sessions for £25

Exclusive natural sensory play for babies. These sessions focus on different topics through the Curiosity Approach

 

https://www.thecuriosityapproach.com/blog/mind-the-mess