Loughton mum to extend baby massage classes

A former City high-flier who swapped her high-pressure job for a career in baby massage is extending her business to help more mums relax.

Anna Rona, who currently runs baby massage classes at Kids Korner off the Wake Arms roundabout near Epping, is starting a class at Bababoom baby shop in Loughton High Road.

Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies.

Mrs Rona, who has an 18-month-old son, Alfie, said: "Before having my son Alfie in July 2011, I worked as a high flyer in the City selling advertising for various large publishing companies.

"After discovering the benefits of baby massage for myself, I felt compelled to leave my old job behind to become a baby massage and baby yoga instructor."

The classes are due to run every Tuesday for five weeks, starting on March 12. For more details, visit www.little-lotus.co.uk or www.facebook.com/littlelotusbabymassageandyoga.

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6:52pm Mon 11 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies.

I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances?

The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well? Cornbeefur

7:51pm Mon 11 Feb 13

sunshinelady says...

I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included.

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/health/physical_hea
lth/child_developmen
t/babies_massage.sht
ml
I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included. http://www.bbc.co.uk /health/physical_hea lth/child_developmen t/babies_massage.sht ml sunshinelady

10:34pm Mon 11 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

sunshinelady wrote:
I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included.

http://www.bbc.co.uk

/health/physical_hea

lth/child_developmen

t/babies_massage.sht

ml
I am only suggesting it, to see Medical Assurance that all this massaging will not cause a young child serious injury. Sounds like another fad to me.

Never had all this years ago. How can you go from working in the City to baby Care? Nurses and Nursery Nurses train for years as do vets and you just have to make sure that people know what they are doing?
[quote][p][bold]sunshinelady[/bold] wrote: I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included. http://www.bbc.co.uk /health/physical_hea lth/child_developmen t/babies_massage.sht ml[/p][/quote]I am only suggesting it, to see Medical Assurance that all this massaging will not cause a young child serious injury. Sounds like another fad to me. Never had all this years ago. How can you go from working in the City to baby Care? Nurses and Nursery Nurses train for years as do vets and you just have to make sure that people know what they are doing? Cornbeefur

10:50pm Mon 11 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
sunshinelady wrote:
I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included.

http://www.bbc.co.uk


/health/physical_hea


lth/child_developmen


t/babies_massage.sht


ml
I am only suggesting it, to see Medical Assurance that all this massaging will not cause a young child serious injury. Sounds like another fad to me.

Never had all this years ago. How can you go from working in the City to baby Care? Nurses and Nursery Nurses train for years as do vets and you just have to make sure that people know what they are doing?
Obvious troll is obvious...
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sunshinelady[/bold] wrote: I'm sure there are hundreds of mums, midwives and health professionals who would disagree with the comment above. Just google it to see how many mums have used it sucessfully, me included. http://www.bbc.co.uk /health/physical_hea lth/child_developmen t/babies_massage.sht ml[/p][/quote]I am only suggesting it, to see Medical Assurance that all this massaging will not cause a young child serious injury. Sounds like another fad to me. Never had all this years ago. How can you go from working in the City to baby Care? Nurses and Nursery Nurses train for years as do vets and you just have to make sure that people know what they are doing?[/p][/quote]Obvious troll is obvious... Alan_1976

11:03pm Mon 11 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Eg

http://www.guardian-
series.co.uk/news/10
216495.Buggy_ban_at_
Wanstead_caf__/
Eg http://www.guardian- series.co.uk/news/10 216495.Buggy_ban_at_ Wanstead_caf__/ Alan_1976

11:24pm Mon 11 Feb 13

SXH says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make, SXH

10:44am Tue 12 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
[quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile? Cornbeefur

11:04am Tue 12 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
You do not need medical qualification to spot a sexist troll. Oh there you are Cornbeefur.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]You do not need medical qualification to spot a sexist troll. Oh there you are Cornbeefur. Alan_1976

12:00pm Tue 12 Feb 13

SXH says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts. SXH

1:20pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child?

Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?
[quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well? Cornbeefur

1:56pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?
Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification.

Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?[/p][/quote]Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification. Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs. Alan_1976

2:09pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?
Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification.

Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs.
Why do you Troll around this site looking for me?

I am glad I give you something to do but you only seem to concern yourself with me.

Quite unnerving at times.
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?[/p][/quote]Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification. Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs.[/p][/quote]Why do you Troll around this site looking for me? I am glad I give you something to do but you only seem to concern yourself with me. Quite unnerving at times. Cornbeefur

2:17pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?
Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification. Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs.
Why do you Troll around this site looking for me? I am glad I give you something to do but you only seem to concern yourself with me. Quite unnerving at times.
It would be particularly hard not to comment on an article where you had commented given that you seem incapable of doing anything else but commenting on every article.

As usual when confronted with your hateful behaviour you resort to avoiding the issue.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?[/p][/quote]Plenty wrong with making comments that infer that a qualified practitioner is putting children at risk with absolutely no evidence and certainly no medical qualification. Plenty wrong with deliberate misinterpretation of comments for your own onanistic needs.[/p][/quote]Why do you Troll around this site looking for me? I am glad I give you something to do but you only seem to concern yourself with me. Quite unnerving at times.[/p][/quote]It would be particularly hard not to comment on an article where you had commented given that you seem incapable of doing anything else but commenting on every article. As usual when confronted with your hateful behaviour you resort to avoiding the issue. Alan_1976

3:12pm Tue 12 Feb 13

SXH says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote:
SXH wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?
For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,
You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?
Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.
Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?
Do some research on business law i am sure the lady is qualified in what she is doing, no need for your sacastic comments on others posts.

The birth of a child is most precious dont troll this story.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SXH[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: Baby massage can be used as a way of treating colic and other digestive problems and can encourage bonding between parents and babies. I don't like the sound of this as the Colic Belly area is only tiny on a baby belly buttons and I urge all who are tempted to try this to seek Independent Professional Advice from their GP to avoid accidents and check the Public Liability Assurances? The Baby Zumbas may be a gently way of relaxations as well?[/p][/quote]For someone who claimes he has a Law Degree, it is very confusing how you got it with comments you make,[/p][/quote]You do not need to have a medical qualification to know that you must be a little careful when handling a tiny baby and pressing too hard as they are fragile?[/p][/quote]Sexist troll , as a mother of 3, one being very premature i think i know facts.[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong or sexist with having concern about the well being of a child? Sorry for you having a premature child also but you are not blaming me for that as well?[/p][/quote]Do some research on business law i am sure the lady is qualified in what she is doing, no need for your sacastic comments on others posts. The birth of a child is most precious dont troll this story. SXH

5:05pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Cornbeefur says...

'The birth of a child is most precious'

I agree.
'The birth of a child is most precious' I agree. Cornbeefur

5:48pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Cornbeefur wrote:
'The birth of a child is most precious'

I agree.
So please stop posting comments that infer that harm will come to children who are given baby massage by a qualified practitioner. Colic afflicted babies are very stressful for any parent and posting ill thought out comments about a treatment that can help alleviate it is just wrong and malicious.
[quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: 'The birth of a child is most precious' I agree.[/p][/quote]So please stop posting comments that infer that harm will come to children who are given baby massage by a qualified practitioner. Colic afflicted babies are very stressful for any parent and posting ill thought out comments about a treatment that can help alleviate it is just wrong and malicious. Alan_1976

8:05pm Tue 12 Feb 13

SXH says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
Cornbeefur wrote: 'The birth of a child is most precious' I agree.
So please stop posting comments that infer that harm will come to children who are given baby massage by a qualified practitioner. Colic afflicted babies are very stressful for any parent and posting ill thought out comments about a treatment that can help alleviate it is just wrong and malicious.
Well said Alan thank you
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cornbeefur[/bold] wrote: 'The birth of a child is most precious' I agree.[/p][/quote]So please stop posting comments that infer that harm will come to children who are given baby massage by a qualified practitioner. Colic afflicted babies are very stressful for any parent and posting ill thought out comments about a treatment that can help alleviate it is just wrong and malicious.[/p][/quote]Well said Alan thank you SXH

6:56pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Tcroft says...

This is very worrying, i agree with cornbeefer. that you should seek advice from your GP before booking one of these classes.

These sort of independent businesses are only after your Money, women have been bringing up babies for centres with out all the new fads of today.

Be careful and do your research, if it was that beneficial, i am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes.
This is very worrying, i agree with cornbeefer. that you should seek advice from your GP before booking one of these classes. These sort of independent businesses are only after your Money, women have been bringing up babies for centres with out all the new fads of today. Be careful and do your research, if it was that beneficial, i am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes. Tcroft

7:06pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Tcroft wrote:
This is very worrying, i agree with cornbeefer. that you should seek advice from your GP before booking one of these classes.

These sort of independent businesses are only after your Money, women have been bringing up babies for centres with out all the new fads of today.

Be careful and do your research, if it was that beneficial, i am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes.
On the NHS? Never. Oh we'll apart from the fact that it is indeed provided at a number of trusts. Eg

http://www.airedale-
trust.nhs.uk/Service
s/Nursery/babymassag
eandyoga.html
[quote][p][bold]Tcroft[/bold] wrote: This is very worrying, i agree with cornbeefer. that you should seek advice from your GP before booking one of these classes. These sort of independent businesses are only after your Money, women have been bringing up babies for centres with out all the new fads of today. Be careful and do your research, if it was that beneficial, i am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes.[/p][/quote]On the NHS? Never. Oh we'll apart from the fact that it is indeed provided at a number of trusts. Eg http://www.airedale- trust.nhs.uk/Service s/Nursery/babymassag eandyoga.html Alan_1976

7:40pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Tcroft says...

Exactly, never on the NHS as it is not necessary or beneficial.

If your concerned for your baby, visit your GP.
Exactly, never on the NHS as it is not necessary or beneficial. If your concerned for your baby, visit your GP. Tcroft

7:45pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Tcroft wrote:
Exactly, never on the NHS as it is not necessary or beneficial.

If your concerned for your baby, visit your GP.
That was sarcasm. It is available and it is proven and beneficial

http://www.networks.
nhs.uk/nhs-networks/
yorkshire-neonatal-n
etwork/documents/Ben
efits_of_Infant_Mass
age.pdf
[quote][p][bold]Tcroft[/bold] wrote: Exactly, never on the NHS as it is not necessary or beneficial. If your concerned for your baby, visit your GP.[/p][/quote]That was sarcasm. It is available and it is proven and beneficial http://www.networks. nhs.uk/nhs-networks/ yorkshire-neonatal-n etwork/documents/Ben efits_of_Infant_Mass age.pdf Alan_1976

8:11pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Tcroft says...

Why are you being sarcastic and so defensive? Are you a personal friend of this Anna Rona? Your Links do not seem to be directing me to page.

However when i said "I am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes" I was making reference to it being free if it was classed as necessary and beneficial.
Why are you being sarcastic and so defensive? Are you a personal friend of this Anna Rona? Your Links do not seem to be directing me to page. However when i said "I am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes" I was making reference to it being free if it was classed as necessary and beneficial. Tcroft

8:17pm Sun 17 Feb 13

Alan_1976 says...

Tcroft wrote:
Why are you being sarcastic and so defensive? Are you a personal friend of this Anna Rona? Your Links do not seem to be directing me to page.

However when i said "I am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes" I was making reference to it being free if it was classed as necessary and beneficial.
Apologies if the links are not working. I am not a personal friend. I have however made use of similar services recommended by NHS doctors. If you wish to read the links then check your browser has not kept the spaces in the URL which this sites software seems so keen to introduce. Or just google NHS baby massage.
[quote][p][bold]Tcroft[/bold] wrote: Why are you being sarcastic and so defensive? Are you a personal friend of this Anna Rona? Your Links do not seem to be directing me to page. However when i said "I am sure the NHS would offer this for your baby along with anti-natal classes" I was making reference to it being free if it was classed as necessary and beneficial.[/p][/quote]Apologies if the links are not working. I am not a personal friend. I have however made use of similar services recommended by NHS doctors. If you wish to read the links then check your browser has not kept the spaces in the URL which this sites software seems so keen to introduce. Or just google NHS baby massage. Alan_1976

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