Tuesday, June 10, 2008

FREE Learn How to Massage Your Baby Classes in Easton

Infant Massage is a shared interaction between parent(s) and baby, and provides many benefits:
•helps relieve discomfort associated with teething, gas and colic
•helps babies sleep longer
•helps to foster the parent/infant bond and communication
Classes include hands-on demonstrations of massage strokes, relaxation techniques and discussion. Classes are for infants, birth to 1 year, and take place for 5 consecutive weeks at The Children's Museum in Easton.
•Tuesday, June 10
•Tuesday, June 17
•Tuesday, June 24
•Tuesday, June 24
•Tuesday, July 1
Classes are from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and presented by Karen Swartz, who is a Certified Child Life Specialist and is currently employed at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence R.I. She received a BS in Human Development from Wheelock College, as well as her MS in Child Life and Family Centered Care from Wheelock. If you have any questions, contact Karen at 508-297-2032 or kswartz@lifespan.org.

This FREE class has limited space.
Pre-registration is required.
However if you miss a class, you may still be able to attend subsequent classes.
Call the Children's Museum in Easton at 508-230-3789.

About the Museum: The Children's Museum in Easton is an educational, cultural, and social learning center for children and families with a primary focus on children ages 1-8. We are located in a historic Old Fire Station in North Easton. Our mission is to help children and families become lifelong learners, using hands-on experience as the key to stimulating curiosity and motivating learning. With 3 floors of interactive exhibits and over 100 programs that allow kids to explore the world around them, we offer something for everyone!

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