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Wendy Kavanagh



Wendy Kavanagh was director of the London College of Massage for ten years. She has written articles for a number of leading newspapers and is the editor of Massage World Magazine, a journal for massage therapists. Wendy works with the board of the General Council for Massage Therapy in the UK, advising on massage training and professional standards.
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Hamlyn

Baby Touch

Wendy Kavanagh
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Wendy Kavanagh

Research shows that babies who are massaged are more alert, gain weight faster and sleep more soundly while reflexology promotes relaxation and can help relieve discomforts such as colic. Massage can also reduce stress levels in parents, helping them to be more responsive to their babies' needs. This easy step-by-step guide shows how you can make calming and loving touch a part of your baby's daily routine from birth. Includes reflexology and head massage routines, plus ways to relieve common ailments such as colic, teething, earache and congestion.