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                   BABY SESSION:


  • Neuro developmental & reflex stimulation techniques: Each one of us is born with a set of primitive reflexes (sometimes known as survival reflexes). As the infant brain develops during the first year of life connections to higher centres in the brain become stronger and increasingly take over the functions of primitive reflexes. As this occurs, early survival patterns are inhibited or controlled to allow more mature patterns of response (postural reflexes) to develop in their place. The postural reflexes support control of balance, posture and movement in a gravity based environment. Postural reflex development is mirrored in the infant's increasing ability to control its body, posture and movements.If these primitive reflexes are not fully integrated during infancy, control of voluntary, skilled and complex movements can be affected.

  • Infant care: A session which takes you on an exciting journey in understanding your new born. Covering New born appearances, common new born concerns, holding and handling your baby. A must for all new parents as the basic concepts of diapers v/s nappies, baby massage and baby bath are demystified. Last but not the least, pediatric visits, vaccinations and baby shopping lists round off the session.

  • Proper handling techniques can accelerate baby’s developmental milestones. A detail explanation is provided to parents regarding that in prenatal and postnatal sessions. Neuro developmental techniques and reflex stimulation techniques ensures integration of inborn neonatal reflexes which is the base of baby’s physical  development. Techniques foe baby’s mental ,cognitive and social development are incorporated in baby sessions.

  • Pediatric Nutrition Counseling:Your little one is ready to start solids but you are not sure what to begin with. At times the wrong foods can cause allergies and digestion problems. Ensure that your weaning plan gives your little one the right nutrition and follows the baby’s developmental needs. For our older children we have regular Nutrition Analysis sessions which are recommended once every three months to assess development and nutrition needs.

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