Baby massage workshop at Lilli'Q café

Hey beautiful mamas! There is a fantastic baby massage workshop at Lilli'Q café in Yaletown on  May 7. The workshop was originally scheduled for March 26 but the lovely Evangeline only had 3 people registered.

Baby massage is a great way to bond with your newborn and later on to calm upset tummies or overexcited and tired babies and toddlers. Touch is a very important sense, especially in young children. Massage is a traditional way to engage children in discovering their sense of touch and to nurture them.

Research actually shows that  babies that are regularly massaged sleep better and cry less.

If you are interested, go to Lilli'Q Café's website to register for the workshop or drop by the café at 1268 Pacific Blvd. in Yaletown.

"Touching is the first communication a baby receives" Frédéric Leboyer,  acclaimed author of  Birth without Violence and Loving Hands: The Traditional Art of Baby Massages

More about Baby massage workshops and baby and mama pilates with Evangeline on her website: neomama

Photo of the Lilli'Q café by Erica Miller

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