EBook Chapter 3
The ways in which we make eye contact, touch, hold, carry, move with, breathe with newborns and babies can deeply affect their psychological, physical development and learning ability for life. Learn more about bonding body to body as we explore the ways in which mammals are designed to secure connection.
Learn and understand HOW:
- The Self-Attachment Sequence of movements when facilitated post-birth (also known as the Breast-Crawl) supports optimal development and secure attachment.
- Simple ways to support infant bonding using quality of eye contact, dynamic touch, carrying methods, 3-D breathing and body-based self-care for parents can significantly shape an infant’s wellbeing.
- A parent’s ability to relax and ‘YIELD’ in their nervous system can support their baby’s own neurological development.
- Best practices for your baby such as tummy time (learning WHAT that truly is and is not), removing socks so babies can fully use their toes and feet, being mindful about use of carseats and contraptions for babies, among other practices can significantly impact a child’s longterm health.
And much more to share in the 12 Moving Child Film E-Book chapters!
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