baby massage is very important for health of your newborn baby. It is delivered at the convenience of your home by trained japa maids/aaya. It is recommended to start this soon after the mother and baby are back home.
Baby massage is delivered at the convenience of your home by trained japa maids/aya. It is important to start this soon after the mother and baby are back at home. A japa will help the new parent bond with their baby , providing invaluable support during their journey into parenthood.
Baby massages are done by qualified japa maids at the convenience of your home. It is recommended that you start this soon after the mother and baby are back home.
Get started on your baby’s massage! The early massage program is designed to start right after the delivery and help bonding between mother and baby.
Baby Massage Services At Home
Baby Massage is a lovely way for you to express your love and care for your baby. Massage can soothe your baby and help her to sleep.
Parenthood is an overwhelming experience and in today’s world where couple’s are sometimes forced to live away from their families or have no family support in this critical period, they have to take care of the baby on their own. This translates into a lot of work and stress for the new parents, especially in the first few months which are critical for both the baby and the mother. We understand your need in that situation.
So no more worries for providing massage benefits to your special one when GK Maid Services is available around. Massage has many added benefits for your baby, including improving weight gain, aiding digestion, improving circulation, and easing teething pain. Baby massage is delivered at the convenience of your home by trained japa maids/aaya. It is recommended to start this soon after the mother and baby are back from hospital. The overall duration is 90-120 minutes which includes massage and bath for both mother and baby. The minimum recommendation duration is 30 days which can be customized if possible.
There are lots of ways baby massage can benefit your baby, but you and your partner as well. Massage may help your baby to: develop mentally, socially and physically stay relaxed and not get upset cry and fuss less sleep better One study found that massage in the early days could help newborns to recover from jaundice more quickly. You may find that giving your baby a massage lifts your mood and helps you to feel more empowered as a parent. The time you set aside for a massage can be your special time together. Your baby will appreciate a routine. She’ll find it comforting to know what’s coming next. To learn a massage routine, you could ask your health visitor whether there is a clinic or you can directly call your favorite Househelp destination GK Maid Services who will never let you go dissatisfied. If you want to get started sooner, experience a hassle-free way of hiring a Baby Massager through us.
A postnatal massage is basically a full body massage after delivery. Typically, a traditional or professionally trained masseuse massages your entire body starting from the feet, and ending with a relaxing massage for the head. Even traditional Ayurvedic wisdom recommends a 40-day confinement period for the mother after delivery where wholesome care is provided to the mother and child. Traditional baths with indigenous herbs and natural remedies preceded by elaborate massages are an important part of this routine.BOOK NOWENQUIRE
How To Massage Newborn Baby Head
Time used for massage can be relaxing and enjoyable for both you and your baby. It is a time for you to bond with your baby and is best done when they are settled and quiet.
Make sure the room is warm and free of draughts. Many people find that just after a bath is the best time as the baby is already undressed.
You should use a pure edible oil (such as apricot or light olive oil) or simple moisturiser like sorbolene and avoid any oil containing nuts in case of allergies for the first 4 months of life. Place the oil or moisturiser onto your hands, not directly onto your baby.
Use firm, smooth continuous strokes with as much of your hand as possible, for example, using the palm of your hand or flats of your fingers. If stroking on the chest, use diagonals (shoulder to opposite hip) and if stroking on the back, use long strokes down the back. Stroking can also be used on the face, head and limbs.
Baby massage is soothing and can comfortably last 10 to 30 minutes. Make sure your hands are warm and you should also remove any sharp or spiky jewellery. You might also like to wear some old clothes in case you get oil on you and have a towel handy. You can also have some soft music playing in the background.
Massaging your baby is about connecting with your child and also relaxing them. Make sure you have some time allocated where you will not be interrupted and can be done whenever fits into your routine.
It’s also not a good idea to massage your baby when they are upset. Be guided by what your baby likes and how you feel as well.
- To get started, smooth a few drops of oil or moisturiser into your warm hands and begin massaging the soles of your baby’s feet. Use firm, gentle, slow strokes from the heel towards the toes. Always keep one hand on your baby while massaging.
- Continue with long smooth strokes up your baby’s legs. Massage from the ankle up to the thigh and over the hip. You can try massaging both legs at once or one at time. Avoid massaging the genital area. Hold your baby’s leg under the knee and gently press it towards the tummy to help them expel gas.
- Start the upper body massage with your hands on your baby’s shoulders. Make gentle strokes in towards the chest.
- Massage baby’s arms by stroking from the shoulders down towards the wrists. Try not to get oil on your baby’s hands. If this happens, wipe their fingers clean before they suck on them.
- If your baby’s tummy feels soft (not hard or full), massage their belly using circular, clockwise strokes. Babies’ tummies are sensitive, so if they get unsettled, move on to the next step. Avoid massaging the naval area if the cord hasn’t completely healed.
Face and back
- Use your fingertips to massage your baby’s face. Stroke from the middle of their forehead, down the outside of their face and in towards the cheeks. With your fingertips, massage the scalp in small circles as if you’re shampooing their hair.
- If your baby is still relaxed once you’ve finished massaging the front of the body, you can turn them onto their tummy and use long, smooth strokes from head to toe.
Remember that you should stop the massage if your baby is not enjoying it or is showing signs of discomfort. It’s also best to avoid a massage if you’re very tense, or if your baby is agitated or upset.