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Genetic Bond Infant massage is a natural way for parents to learn about parenting and for infants to learn about being loved and honored. Touch is vital for the development of attachment behavior and for early social growth of the young child. Both, the infant and parent have the capacity to elicit and respond to behaviors in mutually pleasurable ways. This stimulates the release of oxytocin, known as the cuddle hormone, prolactin and other endorphins.

Stimulates all the systems of the body including the Nervous system, Circulatory system, Respiratory System, and more. Caregivers report feeling more comfortable and confident in their ability to care for baby. Our Infant Massage classes provide a special time of communication that fosters love, compassion, and respect between caregiver and baby. The programme was created by the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) which has headquarters based in Sweden.

It is being used by thousands of certified instructors across the United States and internationally.
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read more › The company was founded by Regina and Michael Greenwood who are currently living in the Seattle area. As parents, they wanted to find the right support for their son's early development. After much research and gaining from their own experience of a newborn, it was evident to them that what baby needs is your TOUCH. The first connection between parent and child has a remarkable impact on how the relationships are perceived. Touch can heal, stimulate and relax. These remarkable benefits play a very important role in infants and society, because it is from the original attachment that all subsequent behavior will follow.

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