Central Wyoming College - Recreation

Infant Massage

Infant massage is a step beyond cuddling and may be a fun way to provide an emotional and physical link between parent and infant. It’s a way to communicate and convey affection and a sense of security. It can provide the infant relief from daily stress or discomfort from constipation, trapped gas or teething. Massaging babies for up to 15 minutes a day can help to increase circulation, promote relaxation, aid the digestive and respiratory systems, and relieve muscle tension. The class will cover combination of relaxing strokes, light kneading, and gentle squeezing. Bring a yoga mat and small toys for you baby.

Infant Massage
Registration Deadline: Thursday, November 2
Dates: November 4
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Place: CWC ProTech Bldg. Room #106
Cost: $50/two parents or $25/one parent