Child Massage

Age group2-12 years
Duration120min
LanguageEnglish

The Children's Massage Workshop aims to promote and to create a massage culture and habit for parents and all people interested in learning about children’s responses to bodywork.

Different from the well-known Shantala, a massage technique for infants originated in India that demands the use oil, the technique taught in this workshop follows the Thai massage concept and approach for children, where there is no necessity of using oil to deliver the massage.

This technique is an oil free massage, it allows the massage to be applied in any situation or time of the day. You are able to create a daily routine, promoting an even greater bond between child and parents.

Massage is an excellent chain of love to unite the relationship between parent and child. In addition, it promotes the feeling of happiness and it encourages self-confidence, which helps the child to interact and feel comfortable in social environments.

Who is it for?

This workshop is designed for parents, massage therapists, physiotherapists and anyone else interested in knowing and connecting with bodywork for children.

What will I take home?

The workshop is taught over 2 x 120 minute classes where you will learn theory as well as techniques to use at home. You will also receive a booklet outlining the topics covered in the workshop as well as a Nurture Hub goodie-bag.

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Presenting this workshop

Barbara Santos

Massage therapist

Massage therapist for over 10 years, Barbara has worked in several countries, including Australia, Brazil, Thailand and now, Switzerland. Since 2012, after attending training in Thailand and India, she became a Thai massage, Yoga instructor and bodywork teacher. Through NIBBANA®, the idealization of her work and a reference in Thai massage training in Brazil, she delivers courses and trainings in several traditional therapies across the country.

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