Central Wyoming College - Recreation

Infant Massage

Infant massage is a step beyond cuddling and is 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. A massage 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 a combination of relaxing strokes, light kneading, and gentle squeezing. Bring a yoga mat and small toys for your baby.

Infant Massage
Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 22
Dates: March 24; Saturday
Time: 5 - 6pm
Place: CWC InterTribal Center Bldg. Room 106
Cost: $50/two parents or $25/one parent