Have you tried reflexology? I have been a reflexologist for over 13 years and reflexology has always done one thing for my clients, it has helped them sleep.

I work with a lot of new parents and the thing they talk about most is sleepless nights or that baby can’t sleep. If reflexology can knock a grown man out it can surely help a baby sleep.

Here are some tips and tricks to help baby sleep:

  • Burn a lavender or camomile candle just before baby’s bed time, it’s best to use non-synthetic candles or
  • Dab a tiny drop of lavender on your hands with some base oil
  • Whilst baby is feeding start to massage points on the feet below
  • Press very gently on area marked solar plexus, do small circles around that area in an anti-clockwise direction.
  • Press very gently on each toe and gently try to massage any crystals out

Do this on both feet for a minute or so. You can repeat 3x a day, but a few minutes is all baby needs. Reflexology is a wonderful therapy to provide for your baby. It is convenient and can be used anywhere at anytime. It can help baby with a multitude of issues such as colic, constipation, teething, stuffiness, and simple rest and relaxation. Parents have the tool of reflexology right at their own fingertips.

Reflexology A Baby's Foot

Reflexology A Baby’s Foot

Keah Lan, Reflexologist

About The Author

Reflexologist & Pilates Teacher

A highly qualified therapist and pilates teacher, Keah has come to be recognised as one of London's “top reflexologist” and “wellbeing therapist” she has been listed as “the best kept secret” and a “revelation” by Marie Claire magazine. http://keahlan.com Keah has over 15 years experience as a wellbeing therapist, she has developed her own method of reflexology through extensive research and trains reflexologists in her method for pre and post natal reflexology. Keah specialises in reflexology for fertility, labour, cancer care, insomnia and stress. “In my years as a therapist, I have met a vast amount of people who suffered from extreme stress, migraines, infertility, cancer and various other ailments that a stressful city life and bad diet can bring on. My aim is to provide a platform for wellbeing through nutrition, exercise and holistic treatments to create a foundation for a healthy lifestyle.” Keah practices throughout London and has taught many well known clients privately, her discretion is always assured. Keah also practices from The Harbour Club Chelsea, One Hyde Park Luxury Apartments, Triyoga Primrose Hill and Mermaid Maternity Retreat.

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