A day in the life of a baby can be tough, guys. We’d like to see you try and spend a whole 24 hours eating, napping, pooping and eating some more.
Thankfully, babies feeling a bit stressed can now be treated to a well-earned day at the spa, courtesy of Baby Spa Perth in Australia.
For the small price of $85 (about $66 USD), babies aged two days to six months in need of a little bit of R&R will be treated to a one-hour session involving hydrotherapy and a massage.
Here, they’ll be fastened with safe and lightweight floatation device to assist them in bobbing freely through a purified, warm pool.
Not only does this part of the treatment look particularly adorable, but it’s also been linked to a range of health benefits.
Aquatic movement can improve muscular and skeletal strength, as well as lung capacity and coordination.
After 10-15 minutes of bobble time, babies will enjoy a neonatal massage using grapeseed oil all the way from South Africa.
“Hydrotherapy and infant massage is well documented to assist in not only the behavioral state of an infant, but also in the physiological parameters of blood pressure, heart rate and cortisol levels,” says child health nurse Daniel Larranaga.
“Aquatic interventions also have therapeutic Neuromusculoskeletal benefits such as infants with Spina Bifida.”
Health benefits aside, it looks so sweet!
This post was written by Katie Skelly. For more, check out our sister site Now to Love.
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