Assisting the mother's body through the various stages of pregnancy, helping to ease the discomfort, pain and tensions, as her body transforms is also helping the prenate in it's relation to mother since she'll feel more relaxed and happier.

Working with a baby touches on the essence of Craniosacral Biodynamics- The Breath of Life.

Craniosacral Biodynamics for mothers and babies, pre and post natally, is very beneficial.
As the touch is very gentle and non invasive it is a most suitable treatment right from the early weeks of pregnancy.
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Compression and restrictions experienced during the birth process, may lead to common infant problems such as colic, poor feeding, excessive crying and breathing difficulties. Babies respond well to the craniosacral process and parents are encouraged to be involved.

Working together with the parents by explaining as the process unfolds and asking permission to contact their baby is fundamental in establishing an overall working relationship  and empowers them in supporting their baby outside of the sessions.
Helping parents to understand their babies needs right from the beginning will be of great importance to both the baby's and parent's relationship throughout life.
“When we work with a baby we are looking for the health, we are building on what is already healthy and we are simply removing the obstacles that are in the way of that health being expressed.”
Benjamin Shield , PhD