I discovered the baby massage shortly after the birth of my first child. I quickly realized the benefits for my daughter and myself. So I naturally continued to massage my other two childrens and other baby in crib and pediatrics meetings.
Pediatric nurse, trainer specialized in early childhood professions, I continue to undergo further training to be always up-to-date of the latest discoveries and developments pertaining to the childcare and massages for babies.
In 2013, I attended a baby massage training at the French Association of Infant Massage (AFMB).
Then in 2014, I followed an add “Healing touch for premature babies.
The AFMB belongs to the International Massage Association Baby (IAIM) since 1992 by Vimala McClure. It is present in over 50 countries.
The mission of the IAIM is “Promoting healthy and healing touch and communication through training, education and research so that parents, those in charge of children and children are valued, respected and loved across the global community. ”
Following the requests from several moms, I also underwent training at the “Massage School” to meet childrens’ massage needs from 4 to 12 years.
Originally scheduled for an implementation in schools, the program has been adapted to be able to offer in the extracurricular activity with children accompanied by their parent (s)