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The music provokes sensations in our minds; it is indisputable that our moods are modified by the music. Use soft music with repetitive rhythms and melodies to help relax session’s music therapy can also complement some relaxation and meditation techniques with this kind of music.
The relaxation music for baby can be helpful to help the baby relax when you have trouble sleeping or are too irritable. There are plenty of lullabies for baby sleep, but the important thing is to be gentle and repetitive music.
More so in babies less than six months should find music that produces feelings of calm, peace and harmony, avoiding any sudden change in the melody or fast rhythms. Every baby is an individual with their own tastes, so it is very likely that we have to try several songs until we find more relaxing for him. Read the rest of this entry »
In order to find appropriate techniques of relaxation for children it should take into account the age of the children, already a particular technique can be effective for children who spend seven years of age, but counterproductive to turn for these children.
Anyway, very generally different relaxation techniques may be recommended for children, same can be made as exercises that can have their children as if were games. One of the relaxation techniques for children called “like a balloon”, and is based on the behavior that has an air balloon to give and when left untouched.
That is, the child should slowly suck the air present in their environment, making them among her lungs directly and that at some point feel that the air inflates your abdomen as if it were a balloon. Read the rest of this entry »
You may all know yoga, but few know it can be used in young children, through simple breathing and relaxation exercises can help the baby to cope with stress, lack of concentration and aggressiveness.
Remember that you need a lot of patience and you must encourage it to small, little by little be adapted. The ideal is to make the small game to take a yoga never ask much, but then get bored.
The average age for the child to begin practicing yoga is between 4 and 5.
It is advisable to practice yoga in the morning and not allowing solid food about two hours before practice, this technique should be done in a harmonious, airy and clean, where the kids feel relaxed, they should wear loose clothing to give more comfort. Read the rest of this entry »