About The Baby Cold Massage Course

This Shonishin baby cold massage course aims to help your newborn, baby or toddler with her cold as well as all related symptoms of a cold.

The course actually consists of 2 courses, a 12 steps and a 16 steps course, depending on whether or not your baby has a cough.

A newborn, baby or toddler cold can take on many different facets, the most common symptoms being a runny or stuffy nose and sometimes cough. However, a baby cold is usually nothing to worry about.

The only question is, how fast will your baby recover from the cold?

That is why I have created this baby cold massage course. It addresses all major symptoms of a cold, including a runny or stuffy nose as well as dry cough or cough with phlegm.

Accordingly, this baby cold massage treatment is for you, if you are looking for home remedies for cold and cough for babies.

On top of that, this baby cold massage treatment aims to strengthen the baby’s immune system and to activate her immune response.

In so far, I can also recommend it to parents as a precautionary measure, when their baby or toddler catches colds very easily.

Important:

If you plan to apply this treatment as a precautionary measure for baby cold, please apply the treatment of approach 1 of this cold course.

Alternatively, please apply the treatment of my immune system support course (they are identical)!

Moreover, if your baby suffers from a cough, but does otherwise not show any symptoms of a cold, I kindly refer to my baby cough massage course!

Finally, if your baby has a runny nose because she is teething, please refer to my baby teething massage course!

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  • Suitable Age

    Newborns, babies and toddlers (age range: 0-36 months).

  • Contraindications

    As usual for massage treatments, please do not apply this Shonishin treatment if your baby suffers from increased temperature / fever OR skin problems (f.e. eczema)!

  • Time per Treatment

    Both treatments take between 5:00 and 9:45 minutes, depending on your level of experience.

  • Time Investment

    It takes between 30 minutes and 2 hours to learn each treatment.

  • Required Tools

    Shonishin Tool (Enshin) OR Silver Teaspoon and Blunt Pewr


Nathalie Kaufmann

Mother and Co-Founder of Care About Little Ones with almost 20 years of experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shonishin, Massage Therapy, Reflexology, Herbal Medicine and Nutrition. 

Former Head of Maternity Acupuncture Clinic at Whittington Hospital in London.

About Shonishin

Shonishin is a form of Japanese pediatric acupuncture, however, without using needles. It has more the character of a massage treatment for babies and children, which consists of stroking, tapping and classic massage techniques. 

Shonishin was developed in the 17th century and predominantly applied by health practitioners in Japan. Today, it is considered to be the most effective alternative treatment for children-related issues, according to leading experts in the field.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Course Preparation

    • Course Structure & Navigation

    • The Theory Behind This Course

    • When To Apply And When Not To Apply This Treatment

    • Which Tools You Need And How To Use Them

    • How To Prepare The Room And The Baby

    • How To Deal With Babies Who Do Not Lie Still

    • Understanding The Signs And Symbols

    • Download The "Signs and Symbols Guide"

    • Download The Stroking And Tapping Table

  • 2

    Course Lessons (Approach 1 - Cold Without Cough)

    • Step 1 - Stroking Technique Part 1: Arms

    • Step 2 - Stroking Technique Part 2: Chest

    • Step 3 - Tapping Technique Part 1: Shoulders

    • Step 4 - Stroking Technique Part 3: Abdomen

    • Step 5 - Stroking Technique Part 4: Legs Front

    • Step 6 - Stroking Technique Part 5: Forehead

    • Step 7 - Tapping Technique Part 2: Nose

    • Step 8 - Stroking Technique Part 6: Back

    • Step 9 - Tapping Technique Part 3: Back

    • Step 10 - Stroking Technique Part 7: Legs Back

    • Step 11 - Massaging Technique Part 1: Foot

    • Step 12 - Massaging Technique Part 2: Wrist

  • 3

    Course Lessons (Approach 2 - Cold With Cough)

    • Step 1 - Stroking Technique Part 1: Arms

    • Step 2 - Stroking Technique Part 2: Chest

    • Step 3 - Tapping Technique Part 1: Shoulders

    • Step 4 - Stroking Technique Part 3: Breastbone

    • Step 5 - Stroking Technique Part 4: Abdomen

    • Step 6 - Stroking Technique Part 5: Legs Front

    • Step 7 - Tapping Technique Part 2: Hands

    • Step 8 - Tapping Technique Part 3: Arms

    • Step 9 - Stroking Technique Part 6: Forehead

    • Step 10 - Tapping Technique Part 4: Head

    • Step 11 - Tapping Technique Part 5: Nose

    • Step 12 - Stroking Technique Part 7: Back

    • Step 13 - Tapping Technique Part 6: Back

    • Step 14 - Stroking Technique Part 8: Legs Back

    • Step 15 - Massaging Technique Part 1: Foot

    • Step 16 - Massaging Technique Part 2: Wrist

  • 4

    Post-Course Information

    • Why Your Point Location Does Not Need To Be 100% Accurate

    • How To Combine Several Shonishin Treatments

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