Want more quality time with your little one? OFC will be hosting a weekly infant class for LGBTQ+ parents and caregivers. This parent-child interactive helps support child bonding, health, and increase your know-how about your infant's cognitive, physical, and language development!
This week's session is the last in the Infant Massage 4-part series. Facilitated by infant massage instructor and queer mama Ali True, infant massage is an amazing way to connect with your baby - the benefits to parent(s) & baby are endless and will grow with your growing child! In this class you’ll learn the basics of respectful, connective touch; a whole body massage routine based on traditional Indian and Swedish strokes; specific techniques to help with tummy issues; and gentle baby stretches that connect left/right brain neural pathways. Please bring a small blanket to lay underneath your baby that you don’t mind getting oil on. Babies must be 0-12 months, or not yet walking for the safety of all.
Contact Jeannette, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (415) 981-1960 with any questions.
We strive to make our programs accessible to all families. Please register for accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest (e.g. ASL interpreter, translated materials, childcare providers experienced with kids with disabilities, large print materials, gluten-free food options, etc.). If registering within 48 hours of the event, please call 415-981-1960 to ensure receipt of your request.