Natural Helping Hands demonstrates a baby massage
Jeana Anderson was on Good Afternoon Arkansas was on Good Afternoon Arkansas demonstrating how to do an infant massage.
Benefits: the baby's best body and brain development, and more secure bonding with their parents, siblings, family and society. We can create a more peaceful society with better communication skills.
Four main benefits:
- Interaction (bonding, communication, asking permission, build respect, one on one time / activity, security)
- Relaxation (releasing stress, producing calming hormones, regulates digestive and sleep patterns)
- Stimulation (all systems: circulation, digestion, respiration, immune, skin, language, nerves, motor skills)
- Relief (sinuses, growing pains, teething, colic, constipation, excess mucus.)