Alison MacColl

Alison MacColl

EH12 6NN

0131 334 1311

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About me

Parents & carers who attend the IAIM baby massage course learn so much more than just a massage routine. The IAIM comprehensive course covers touch, movement, relaxation, interaction and communication and its fun!

The course for newborns to crawlers takes place throughout the year at my Corstorphine home or at your home e.g. NCT groups, ante-natal classes, twins. The weekly sessions are always baby led and take 60-90 minutes, which includes massage, chat about postnatal topics, hand-outs and refreshments.

You will learn a full body massage routine for your baby, including a specific massage for the tummy to help with colic and yoga moves.

Benefits of baby massage

-          Promotes better sleep

-          Helps with colic and teething

-          Helps build self-esteem and infant/parent bonding

-          Facilitates body awareness

-          Relaxing for baby and parent/carer

-          Learn about your babies needs and desires.  Have fun!

One to one and group courses can be scheduled for other days/times.

Contact Alison at Complement Your Health for future courses or to help with any questions alison@complementyourhealth or 0131 334 1311.

Training, qualifications & experience

Alison is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor with the International Association of Infant Massage and has been delivering the course to mums, dads and carers in NHS settings, community centres and in parents homes since 2010 and a massage therapist since 1995. She loves using it on her 1 year old daughter who suffered terribly from trapped wind as a young baby.

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        Further information

        The venue is located next to the Corstorphine Pram Centre on the 26, 12, 31 bus routes with parking outside.

        Courses run throughout the year – forthcoming dates are listed

        Important information

        If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

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        Edinburgh, EH12 6NN

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