The population in Singapore is growing with policy to encourage more children, to encourage more foreigners to work in Singapore. Everyday someone is getting pregnant, many babies are born and filling our Maternity Hospitals in KK Women and Children Hospital, Thomson Medical Hospital, Alvernia Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital, Parkway East Hospital, Singapore General Hospital or Raffles Hospital.
In 2012, Year of the Dragon, over 42,600 babies were born, a bumper crop for the last decade. On the average, we have over 40,000 babies born in Singapore each year.
A pregnant woman experience some stress, anxiety as her blood levels increase. Prenatal Massage is beneficial to release her stress which can be due to emotional or physical.
After delivering the baby, a woman needs some 6 weeks to recover and bring her body back to normal. Postnatal Massage is a norm in Singapore.
And have you heard of the popular Baby Massage? Yes, new mummies are getting involved in massaging their babies. They are eager to bond with the newborn child as it is widely known a massage with the baby helps to relieve colic and intestinal gas and the communication through touch is wonderful feeling for a new mum. Do you want to become a Baby Massage Instructor?
Why not learn all the mummy’s massage skills and focus on women and babies?
Do you know it is important to take certified courses that are recognised in Singapore? This will enhance your career and work with maternity hospitals easily!
If you find yourself preferring all mummy related courses and if you are suitable and would like to specialise in mums and babies massage, please contact us. We welcome you to visit the school to answer any questions you may have.
Remember deliveries in Singapore are over 40,000 each year. Opportunities are APLENTY!