Wednesdays, April 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th & May 6th
Prescott Public Library
215 E. Goodwin Street, Prescott
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Birthing professionals emphasize skin-to-skin contact for a healthy start to life outside the womb. Giving your child hugs and affection is intrinsic to healthy brain development. With deliberate massage strokes, parents can build upon this natural instinct to work with the power of touch to great mutual benefit.
Would you like to learn the art of Infant Massage to soothe your baby? Join us in a 5-session series supported by First Things First.
Parents and children, 12 months and younger, will work together to learn how to:
- Promote better sleep
- Relieve colic, constipation and gas
- Relieve pain from teething and growth
- Solidify bond and secure attachment
- Aid the immune, hormone and digestive systems
Any parent may learn to help bridge the difference between having a “difficult” and a “happy” baby with infant massage techniques—don’t miss this FREE opportunity to learn such techniques with Parents as Teachers over the course of five weeks.
RSVP by contacting email@example.com or calling 928.443.1991.
Free childcare available for older siblings with pre-registration.
Use the below link for more information on our Family Education & Support Services, as well as additional free programs for parents of children from birth to age five.