“Loving touch is the newborn’s first form of social communication. The bond it builds is the foundation for the baby’s healthy development and may be the most important event in the parents and baby’s life. Observing the how and when of events leading to this bonding being established has been my joy to watch, learn and stimulate for my years serving as a neonatal nurse. I now intend to provide the education and the facilities to promote early and full bonding.” – Jazmin Johnson
Founded in 2015 BabyHydroSpa is a place where parents and babies could grow together, in a gentle environment, with expert guidance and the assistance of soothing water and effective massage; touch and water—two modalities whose benefits have been recognized in medical settings for many years.
Based on the comprehensive five-part International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) program, BabyHydroSpa concepts and guides the development of massage skills, preparing parents to use the massage techniques they learn at BabyHydrospa, helping them to polish those skills to continue reaping the benefits at home.
Babies and parents with difficulty sleeping, feeding, or “settling,” and those who experienced separation at birth, may find BabyHydroSpa especially beneficial.