Wed, Apr 20|
The Labour Department
SHANTALA BABY MASSAGE
Join Mama-ma yoga for three 60 minute sessions along with a small group of other parents and learn the basic techniques of Shantala Baby Massage.
Time & Location
Apr 20, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM GMT+2
The Labour Department, Postjesweg 68, 1057 ED Amsterdam, Netherlands
About the Event
Shantala baby massage is a technique to use to connect with your baby. A massage to cover the whole body of your baby, to calm the baby, to have less cramps, to let them get used to their bodies and to better the connection between parent and child. To give them confidence in the rest of their lives. Nevertheless, also a very nice and calming activity to do with your little one.
In these three sessions you will learn the basic techniques for the Shantala baby massage. After the first session you will have two weeks to practice and with the second one there is of course time to ask questions and to learn the rest of the techniques. The baby's need to become accustomed to the massage. There will be oil to use and you will receive a hand-out with the various techniques.
What to bring: a blanket to cover the yoga mat and to keep your little one warm, milk for your little one, wear comfortable clothes to sit on a yoga mat.
When not to massage: when your baby has a fever, in between 48 hours after they got vaccinated.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where will this event take place?
The Labour Dept is located in the heart of Amsterdam west at 68 Postjesweg. Our Space is easy to get to by foot, bike or public transport (7, 17, 18, 1)
Does it matter where in my parenthood journey I am?
Unless specified, from pregnancy, to postpartum to raising teens- you're welcome to attend our events at any stage of your parenthood journey.
What facilities are available for babies?
We have a diaper changing station, water heater for bottles, breastfeeding chair and pillow and plenty of multisensory interactive toys for your mini.
What language will be spoken?
It's not uncommon for a group at The Labour Dept. to be made up with people from over 5 different countries. To accommodate our diverse community, all of our classes are taught in English.
How many people can I expect?
We like to keep things small in order to create an environment that facilitates community! On average we have between 5 and 15 participants.
Can I bring my mini?
We love babies and kids! Most of our events are mini friendly, if you're unsure please don't hesitate to send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I bring my stroller or pram?
Our space is small, please avoid bringing a pram. Stroller parking is outside.
Where can I see what else is coming up?
This page has all of our upcoming events broken down by pregnancy, postpartum, parenthood and mini :-)