Physical Growth

Infant massage stimulates bodily systems, enhancing physical growth and easing digestive discomforts.

Emotional Bonding

Massaging an infant fosters a deeper emotional bond and sense of security through oxytocin release.

Sleep Improvement

Regular infant massage leads to improved sleep patterns, benefiting both the baby's development and parental rest.


Baby massage helps increase circulation, promotes relaxation, aids the digestive and respiratory systems as well as relieves muscle tension.

Of the five senses, touch is the one most developed at birth. There is research proving that infant massage has significant benefits for helping babies grow and towards overall health. Study after study has shown that infants need touch to develop healthy nervous systems.

Many problems that cause suffering in adults – such as an untreated birth injury, which can lead to structural problems, emotional trauma, and myofascial trigger point from musculoskeletal injuries – can be resolved far more easily when the problem is treated in early life. In this sense, massaging children is a truly preventive medicine.

  • Relaxation
  • Promotes Better Sleep
  • Boosts Immune System
  • Improves Skin Condition
  • Improves Blood Circulation
  • Sensory Stimulation
  • Help Digestion
  • Balances Respiration
  • Help Waste Elimination

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