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Infant Massage USA® is Endorsed By:
This excellent program recognizes the crucial importance of the early attachment relationship between baby and mother (or primary attachment figure).
— Sir Richard Bowlby
..Certified Educators of Infant Massage (CEIM) are skilled in supporting new parents in learning the art of infant massage while deepening their relationship with their baby.
— Dr. William and Martha Sears, California
I heartily endorse the work of Infant Massage USA® because the organization understands that touch is not just a good idea, it is a necessary nutrient.
— Peggy O’Mara, Editor and Publisher, Mothering, New Mexico
Recent Blog Posts
Already linked to happier, healthier newborns, a study finds that snuggling with babies in intensive care eases mothers’ anxiety that can interfere with bonding. Research shows that stable parent-child bonds are fundamental to healthy development. For parents of babies born prematurely or with special medical needs, this early bonding can be interrupted by the complex […]
It’s almost impossible for parents not to listen to their baby’s cries. A new study out of the University of Toronto has found that babies affect adult cognitive functions in very distinct ways, sometimes rattling our ability to make everyday decisions. The study found that infant cries make parents pay less attention to the task […]
Some people think that the best way to teach language to a tiny baby is to speak as if the infant is another adult—because adult sounds, cadence and tone of voice are what the child is eventually supposed to learn. But newly published research using mathematical models finds the best way to help a baby […]
1. A baby’s brain grows quickly After birth, the human brain grows rapidly, more than doubling to reach 60% of its adult size by the time he is sampling his first birthday cake. By kindergarten, the brain has reached its full size but it may not finish developing until the child is in his mid-20s. […]
Multiple studies have shown that the sound of a mother’s voice plays a critical role in a baby’s early development, Now researchers have demonstrated that the brain itself may rely on a mother’s voice and heartbeat to grow. Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston studied 40 babies born eight to 15 weeks prematurely. […]
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