When working with babies, practitioners have a choice of approaches depending on the issues presented by the client. These approaches might include fascial and muscular manipulation that can, for example, support a baby to breastfeed, or relieve pressure on the diaphragm or the psoas.
However, in the world of supporting mother-baby dyads and families with babies the question arises as to what approaches are most helpful but also what can be considered “too much”?
Kate White and John Wilks will be presenters at the 2019 Babyconference in Bristol where they will share experiences of their private practices when working with babies. This webinar is a sneak peek at their conference talk and Kate’s workshop.