Dates: 4th / 11th / 18th / 25th FEB 10.30am Via ZOOM for 45-60 mins per week
Facilitator: Susan McTernan
The course modules are suitable for any parent who has a baby or toddler up to age of 3/4, who has:
- trouble sleeping
- digestive issues
- respiratory issues such as asthma
- teething pain
- or any parent who would like to promote bonding and overall health and wellness
Welcome and Introduction. Brief overview of reflexology and its benefits. A demonstration of a reflexology treatment that focuses on calming and soothing your child (sleep and teething covered)
A demonstration of a reflexology treatment that focuses on the digestive system (colic, reflux, wind and constipation)
A demonstration of a reflexology treatment that focuses the respiratory system (chest infections, asthma, chesty coughs)
A demonstration of a reflexology treatment that focuses on the immune system
- Max ten participants per class.
- A set of four classes is €70
- One to one sessions are available for a cost of €60 for one hour (upon request)
- The reflexology routine is demonstrated on a model baby foot specifically used for baby reflexology.
- There is a small window when baby reflexology should be practiced on a baby (to be explained in 1st class) and for this reason it is not necessary that the baby attend the class however babies are of course more than welcome.
- A model baby reflexology foot is available to purchase (directly from Susan) for an additional cost of €7.50 plus p+p to practice on at home. This is not a necessity to attend however some people like to have them.
- This online class provides for a very relaxed learning environment because if baby wants to sleep or feed the parent can still take part, listen, and watch the demonstration.
- Handouts will be provided after each class to the parents by email for them to refer to when practicing at home.
- Susan is available to answer questions through email after class should the parent have a follow up question or concern.
It is important to note reflexology is not a substitute for medical care and you should always consult with your GP or public health nurse if you are concerned about your child