Infant Massage Encourages Good Health

As a mom of a toddler and a newborn, I am always looking for natural methods to heal and encourage good health in my children. Therefore, when I learned about the opportunity to sit in on an infant massage class at Globe University-Woodbury I jumped at the chance.

Sharon Pollock, massage therapist instructor at Globe University-Woodbury, informed me that the massage therapy students would be sitting in on the class as well in order to get certified in infant massage. The class was taught by international pediatric expert and founder of Liddle Kidz™ Foundation (LKF), Tina Allen, LMT, CPMMT, CPMT, CIMT.

Liddle Kidz Foundation is the premier organization for infant and pediatric massage professionals worldwide. This organization is dedicated to providing touch therapy education and certification to further enhance the lives of infants and children.

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