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Bliss Bundle! Toddlers & Babies.

Well-being, Woven with Care: Your Path to Balance Begins with Contact CARE.

  • 15 min
  • 20 New Zealand dollars
  • Location 1

Service Description

Contact CARE, or Contact Care Practitioners, often work with individuals to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being through non-invasive touch and comfort techniques. When applied to toddlers and babies, Contact CARE can offer various benefits: Emotional Regulation: Contact CARE techniques can help infants and toddlers regulate their emotions by providing a soothing and comforting touch. This can be particularly beneficial in situations where the child is experiencing stress or discomfort. Sleep Improvement: Techniques used in Contact CARE may contribute to better sleep patterns in infants and toddlers. Gentle touch and energy-based methods can help calm the nervous system, promoting relaxation and improved sleep quality. Relief from Discomfort: Contact CARE can be used to address physical discomfort or tension in infants, such as colic or digestive issues. Gentle touch and energy balancing may provide relief and contribute to the overall well-being of the child. Sensory Integration: Contact CARE may support the development of sensory integration in babies. By engaging with the child through touch and energy work, practitioners aim to enhance sensory processing and integration, fostering a healthy development of the nervous system. Promotion of Growth Milestones: Practitioners may use Contact CARE techniques to support the natural progression of developmental milestones in infants and toddlers. This can include motor skills, communication, and cognitive development. Holistic Well-being: Contact CARE takes a holistic approach, considering the physical, emotional, and energetic aspects of well-being. This approach aligns with the idea of promoting a balanced and harmonious development for babies and toddlers. It's important to note that the effectiveness of Contact CARE can vary, and individual responses may differ. Practitioners typically tailor their approach to the specific needs and comfort levels of each child, ensuring a gentle and supportive experience. Always consult with a qualified practitioner or healthcare professional when considering alternative therapies for infants and toddlers.


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