Your Little One Loves

Your Little One LovesIn 2017, Hannah McDade founded Your Little One Loves – a service primarily providing baby massage, baby yoga and toddler yoga, with a ‘soothe, settle and sleep’ programme and baby confidence courses coming soon. When it comes to her career, Hannah feels that some things were just meant to be. She is passionate in supporting the development of babies and children.

Your Little One LovesFrom a young age, Hannah’s family and friends would often say she possessed the natural ability to connect with children effortlessly. Wherever she was, children would gravitate towards her. She often wondered why… perhaps it’s the way she’s very patient, or the fact she enjoys getting down to their level and being silly, or maybe because she can always be found with a smile on her face. Fortunate to have a career of over 10 years’ experience in different childcare positions behind her, and having achieved a BA Honours degree in Early Years Education and Teaching, Hannah felt it was time for a change and a new challenge.

Your Little One LovesYour Little One Loves enables Hannah to teach and demonstrate to mums, dads, carers and grandparents the power of touch. Being able to teach things back to basics, to families in the community, are two things that fill her with joy. Baby massage and yoga are both based on touch and attachment, but in different ways: massage is more relaxing whereas yoga is more stimulating.

Your Little One LovesBaby massage: From birth, through to childhood and beyond, massage is a powerful sensory tool that provides a wide range of benefits. Baby massage is a demonstration of pure unconditional love, it encourages the bonding process between mother/carer and baby. It may soothe and comfort babies, improve sleep patterns and aid their digestive systems, along with other developmental benefits.

Your Little One LovesBaby yoga: Yoga helps with movement and flexibility; it promotes tummy time and active play for babies in the form of swings and dips. With the use of songs during yoga practice it helps to develop baby’s sense of rhythm and promotes language and communication development between mother and baby. Yoga can release endorphins in both the mother and baby’s bodies which can also help encourage a feeling of relaxation and well-being.

Hannah looks forward to welcoming you and your children to her classes, and can’t wait to meet you! For more information, take a look at Your Little One Loves’ website, which has details of all upcoming courses – or you can keep up to date with news via their Facebook page. You can also contact Hannah by calling 07710 018652 or by emailing yourlittleoneloves@gmx.com.

 

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