Kerrin Booth qualified as a Remedial Massage therapist in 1989 and with diplomas of Naturopathy, Botanical Medicine, Homoeopathy and Nutrition in 1992, from Nature Care College in St Leonards. She has practised in many locations around Sydney, as well as in London for 4 years. She currently has a Naturopathic clinic in Cromer.
Kerrin became interested in Infant Massage during her pregnancy in 2010 after chatting to a colleague who had become an Infant Massage instructor. She was particularly inspired by the aspects of enhancing communication and bonding with the baby through touch, and found that Infant Massage tied in well with attachment and baby-led parenting.
In 2010 Kerrin qualified as an Infant Massage Instructor through the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM). After being busy with a new baby for a couple of years, she has been slowly taking on more infant massage clients since 2012. She has been predominately teaching parents with babies, and has also taught grandparents who want to help out and enhance the bond with their grandchildren, as well as parents during late pregnancy. Some parents find late pregnancy is a great opportunity to learn skills that are going to help in those hectic first few months, so they do the first few lessons (on the dolls provided) while they are still pregnant, and the last two lessons once the baby is born.
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