What makes the baby carrier ergonomically correct?

Joimove  Babies classes are a unique opportunity for learning and experiencing the benefits of babywearing. All our instrcutors go through 3 levels of training to provide safe and enjoyable babywearing dancing routines. We care about health and safety and believe that,babywearing exercising is a specialist area that needs to be given attention in order to recieve maximum benefits  for both carers and babies. Indeed all of Joimove babies instructors are trained as babywearing peer supporters so if you have questions or concerns about wearing your baby properly, don’t hesitate to contact us!

What  are benefits of wearing our babies?

  • Carrying babies in the carrier distributes weight equally rather than just being carried in  your arms and is more comfortable for you and your baby
  • Carriers designed and worn ergonomically prevents lower back pain and helps to get a comfortable, better  posture position.
  • If your baby has reflux, holding them in an upright position would be the helpful to your baby and help them feel more relaxed and comfortable ! Also carrying your baby in the carrier close to your chest gives slight pressure on babies tummy which helps with gas issues.
  • Do you have colicky baby? It is more easily soothed when snuggled and rocked in a carrier.
  • Worn babies loved to be engaged in the world from your arms and feel more confident , social and close to the environment, which can be beneficial later on in their life, being part of the conversations and interactions of daily life.
  • Wearing your baby is also one of the best ways to soothe them or get babies sleep peacefully!

Why an ergonomical carrier?

Choosing an ergonomically designed type of carrier should help maintain a correct posture and give full support for the baby!

Exercising with babywearing, although it is a fact that carrying your baby means carrying extra weight, this should not be seen as the reason to want to carry your baby, as extra weight which help you to burn more calories. Babywearing, not only makes some tasks easier by freeing up our hands, but also helps to promote attachment parenting and bonding!

Babywearing exercises has to be designed and lead by professionals who have gone through training, specifically on babywearing exercising. There are some movements like bouncing, twisting, quicksteps and turns to be aware of, in regards to joints position and mobility!.

What makes the carrier ergonomically correct?

There are several factors to consider when choosing the appropriate carrier and lots of brands avaliable.

A well designed carrier;

  • ·         Evenly displaces the weight
  • ·         Holds baby close to carer’s body
  • ·         There is enough support for baby and also allows carer to move properly
  • ·         Good head neck support for babies
  • ·         Keeping babies proper height which allows carer’s  to kiss babies top of their head easily
  • ·         Provides T.I.C.K.S rules fully. Please see T.I.C.K.S
  • ·         Good material and safe dye
  • ·         Right size for baby and carers
  • ·         Allows carer to monitor baby’s breathing and airways

JOIMOVE SCOTLAND, raising funds for Scotland’s little Hearts Appeal

We are looking for you to join us, Dance with us, and raise as much funds as we can towards Scotland’s little hearts appeal.
1 in 100 babies in Scotland are born with a heart condition. Thousands more children and young people living with heart conditions are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow. Visit Yorkhill’s website for more info on their appeal.

Glasgow Riverside Museum (Transport Museum) – Scotland – 12pm
Dance with us and DONATE £5
– text YORKHILL to 70555 to donate £5
Or visit Yorkhill’s website
or call 0141 212 8750

Alternatively you can provide a Christmas Gift to a sick Child this Christmas.
The following list has been received from Yorkhills Children’s Charity:
o Age-appropriate (0-13) DVDs
o Age-appropriate games and controllers for Nintendo DS, X-Box, Playstation, etc.
o Plastic (wipe clean) baby mobiles and gyms for cots
o Happy Land Toys (available from Early Learning Centre)
o Cars and garages
o Lego
o Animal figures
o Board games for all ages
o Play Doh
o Plastic (wipe clean) toys for babies and infants
o Age-appropriate books

Please note: We can only accept new and packaged toys and all gifts should be supplied unwrapped. No Soft toys, toys with small parts, those that require batteries or sweets should be provided.

JOIMOVERS Glasgow Christmas Party

Sunday, 29th November 2015 between 1 – 3PM

This year, Joimove Glasgow Team have partnered up with Baby Loves Disco, to provide you with an ultimate Christmas Party for you and your little one.

Set in Glasgow’s Funkiest Nightclub, Humingbird, Baby loves disco is a
daytime dance party for parents with babies, toddlers and young children
(0-6 years) with real DJs spinning and mixing retro floorfillers from the
70’s, 80s , 90s and 00s with the latest pop tunes guaranteed to get you
and your little ones moving and grooving (all at a baby friendly volume
so the whole family can partying together)

Parents can chill and socialise within a safe environment with a soft drink
or a cocktail and listen to some proper music while the kids go gaga on the
dancefloor and enjoy the entertainment on offer!

Facepainting, a chill-out zone with play tents, inflatables, instruments
and toys, a full spread of healthy snacks and juiceboxes, bubbles,
balloons, arts and crafts or other quiet activities, dancefloor games and
competitions with giveaways and prizes

Sandwiches for the adults will be provided and a party bag will be given to each child at the end of the party

non walking babies are FREE. Spaces are limited,
therefore pre-booking is essential.

Email: michelle@joimove.com to book your tickets!