Author: Garabedian, Helen
Brand: Atria Books
Edition: Original ed.
Number Of Pages: 256
Release Date: 04-05-2004
Details: Product Description
The ancient practice of yoga will help your baby sleep better, digest easier, be happier, and stay healthier. Start today.
If you’ve been searching for an excellent way to bond with your baby and improve his or her health,
Itsy Bitsy Yoga is the solution you’ve been looking for. Helen Garabedian, a certified instructor in yoga and infant massage, has developed over seventy yoga postures and thirty-five series for moms and dads to enjoy with their growing babies. You don’t need any previous yoga experience. Learn the many benefits of yoga, posture by posture, in this accessible guide, with seventy beautiful black-and-white photos, at-a-glance reference charts, and memorable Itsy Bitsy Yoga rhymes.
Yoga can help babies up to two years of age:
-get relief from gas pains and colic
-digest food easier
-stay healthier with a strong immune system
-receive neuromuscularm stimulation
-learn to relax
The book also features seven Magic Poses that can soothe fussy, upset babies within minutes! So start enjoying more time with your happy yoga baby right now.
Dr. Harvey Karp author of
The Happiest Baby on the Block Helen Garabedian’s Itsy Bitsy Yoga program has provided hundreds of moms and dads with a nurturing, cuddly way to bond with their young children…and it’s fun! Parents will love this book.
Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen founder of the School of Body-Mind Centering© and author of
Sensing, Feeling, and Action Helen Garabedian’s book on baby yoga offers parents a fun and loving way to bond with their babies while guiding them in experiencing and developing their bodies through simple, gentle yogic postures.
About the Author
Helen Garabedian, a certified Hatha yoga and pregnancy yoga teacher and an IAIM certified infant massage instructor, was one of the first people to be certified as an infant developmental movement educator in the United States. Helen is the founder of Itsy Bitsy Yoga™ through which she conducts classes, workshops, and training nationally. She lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts.