What is Baby Reflex?
Baby Reflex is a gentle form of reflexology created especially for babies, infants and toddlers from one month to three years (and on!).
Baby reflex aims to calm babies and toddlers and may help to improve their sleep patterns.
Baby Reflex is an exciting concept of Reflexology, which may enhance the natural loving bond between parent and child, giving parents the opportunity to learn special, gentle, techniques from a Reflexologist qualified in Baby Reflex.
This soothing form of finger-tip and thumb pressure has been specially created for parents to give to their babies on their feet and to their toddlers on their hands. Parents can adjust the treatment to suit their own child's needs.
Baby Reflex was developed by Jenny Lee, a Chartered Physiotherapist and qualified Reflexologist, following 15 years' extensive research into the effects of regular Reflexology on Childhood Asthma. The main effects found of relaxation, improved sleep and child/parent bonding encouraged Jenny to create baby reflex in 2005.
Now in 2014, Mums and Dads in Australia, South Africa, Abu Dhabi, Eire, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Japan, Turkey and Europe, give the fuss-free, five minute treatment of Baby Reflex, which aims to aid sleep and improve wellbeing.
For details of the qualified Reflexologists who are able teach baby reflex, please see the baby reflex practitioner page.
Baby Reflex - Key 4 Calming Baby
Friday 9th and Saturday 10th September 2016
Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January 2017
Early Bird Booking Price €215 Full Price €245
Thursday 13th and Friday 14th October 2016 Now Fully Booked
Thursday 17th and Friday 18th November 2016
Early Booking Price £235 Full Price £265
Friday 16th September 2016 and Saturday 17th September 2016
Friday 28th and Saturday 29th October 2016
Early Bird Booking Price £235 Full Price £265
Coming Up - Lots more opportunities in 2017
We have a new National Director of Baby Reflex, Sarah Vorster who is based in Johannesburg.
We are currently redesigning the South African website.
If you have any inquiries about Baby Reflex in South Africa please email email@example.com and we will forward your message to Sarah.
We expect you will have heard in the news about Faye Burdett, the little girlwho tragically died of Meningitis B.
Faye died of a preventable disease.
Meningitis B, a bacterial infection that can lead to blood poisoning or inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord, kills about one in ten of those it infects. It can cause significant and permanent disability in about one in five of those who survive.
Back in September, a new vaccination against Meningitis B GlaxoSmithKline’s Bexsero – was rolled out as part of the UK childhood immunization programme. But it was only available for babies under one year old, being deemed too expensive to give to all children. Unfortunately, though cases of the disease do peak at 5 months, Meningitis B remains a problem in the under-fives, and flares again in the teenage years. Currently parents who wish to have older children vaccinated must pay privately, however as there is currently a global shortage of the vaccine there are not sufficient stocks available for parents to do this until later in the year.
If you would like to add your support you can sign the petition calling for the Meningitis B vaccine to be given to ALL children not just new born babies you can find it here.
Baby Reflex Japan now has it's own website!
Have you seen the Article about Baby Reflex
in Gurgle Magazine?
A Touch Away, our fantastic DVD based, Home Learning programme, which demonstrates the simple techniques used in Baby Reflex. To order your copy of A Touch Away today, please see our Home Learning Page! Baby Reflex - KEY 4 CALMING BABY http://www.babyreflex.co.uk/home-learning/
Please find us on our Facebook page - Baby Reflex (Official) - thank you!
Karen O'Toole one of our Irish baby reflex practioners has appeared on Ireland AM TV
which you can view using the following link:- click here
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