Wednesday, 17 June 2015

10 step baby yoga with Pampers

As L used to go to baby massage I have never thought about taking L to baby yoga not because I'm lazy I just didn't see how it can help us. Recently we were contacted by Pampers who offered us to try some baby yoga moves with Pampers active fit nappies and a very cute personalised babygrow. 
We are a long way from perfecting baby yoga moves but it was fun!
Pampers, together with Baby Yoga expert, Sam Petter, have developed a new, natural baby yoga routine, with simple-to-follow 
stretches that you and your little one can have fun practicing at home. And with benefits including helping to improve sleep,
digestion and reduce wind, you can enjoy a lovely bonding experience together that’s doing some good too.

Plus, Pampers is offering you the chance to win a free pack of Active Fit nappies when you share your precious pictures of your
little one showing of their moves. 

Pampers Premium Protection™ Active Fit, have stretchier sides than ordinary nappies as well as a unique extra absorbent layer that speeds away wetness from delicate skin, so your little one gets our best protection no matter how they bend, twist and turn. As your sleepy little lamb wakes up, and becomes a little explorer discovering the world in their own way, you want the reassurance that an uncomfortable damp nappy won’t hinder their freedom of movement.

Visit or tweet @Pampers_UK and use #PampersBabyYoga to be in with the chance of winning a pack of new Pampers Active Fit. See for T&Cs.

Yoga stretches your baby’s whole body, leaving them relaxed and happy. It also helps progress key developmental skills such as footplay, coordination, and balance and it can help strengthen your bond and communication with your little one. 

This is a big workout for your little one, so go gently at first, reading your baby’s signals and mood with every step. Never force the movements and stop if your baby is not happy.

Start of with just a couple of repetitions, increasing length and duration as you learn together.

Disclamer: I was sent a Pampers hamper mentioned above for the purpose of this post.

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