February 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Infant Developmental Movement Classes with Nisha Kewalramani
During the first year of your baby’s life, movement affects the mental, emotional and physical well-being of your child and the adult your child will become.
Their arrival, comfort, bonding, and curiosity are supported by the process of these develop”mental” movement patterns.
Through observation, touch and play we set a safe container to support your baby to thrive, in their comfort, at their own pace.
Classes are designed to educate parents and caretakers to recognize and facilitate an easy, layered sequence of finding Midline, Rolling, Creeping, Crawling, Sitting, Kneeling and Standing – building your baby’s brain and body.
By gracefully opening inner pathways, we open their world of choices. Classes support the natural three dimensional ways of being and moving in the world.
Classes help with:
- Tummy time
- One side favoring
- Tips of handling and holding your newborn
Come, observe, ask questions and share your curiosities about your baby’s developmental movement patterns.
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