Posts by Janelle

Child’Space Chava Shelhav Method

Posted by on Mar 21, 2017 in Videos |

Introduction to Child’Space

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New Mother’s Appreciation

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Newsletter |

” I am so grateful that Janelle’s holistic approach really helped myself and my baby in so many ways. She has extensive knowledge about child development. Her teaching focuses on each individual child and his/her parents as she knows every child is different and special. Her class gave me so many wonderful tools such as singing and touching to be deeply connected with my baby boy!” Yumiko Taniguchi and Makoto...

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Is Your Baby Stuck in Sitting?

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Baby Stories |

Discovering what is needed for each baby’s development:      I visited 9-month old Erich and his mother Maryann. My purpose was to introduce any missing elements in his development that would enrich his life and share supportive techniques with Maryann. She kindly offered a cup of tea while sharing that Erich was fussy because he hadn’t slept well.   She placed him in sitting on the floor.  I noticed that he could not come to sit up on his own.  And, he couldn’t bring himself down from...

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Does Your Baby Suffer With Gas?

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Baby Stories |

Discovering what is needed for each baby’s development:      Does your Baby Suffer with Gas? Clearly, Julia delighted in her 7-week old daughter. She and Stella were in tune with each other. Stella was a healthy baby, developing well. My purpose was to introduce any missing elements that would enrich her life and share supportive techniques with Julia. When Julia greeted me at the door, she cradled her baby in the crook of her arm. She was positioned in a way that made Stella’s head fall...

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Does Your Baby’s Head Have a Flat Area?

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Baby Stories |

Discovering what is needed for each baby’s development:     I visited Jules, Frank and their 3-month old son, Ethan.  They were concerned because an area of his head was flat.  This is called Plagiocephaly or flat head syndrome. A recent study from Calgary-Alberta-based Mount Royal University quoted in Pediatrics (found that of 440 healthy infants sampled, 47 percent of babies ages 7 to 12 weeks had some form of Flathead Syndrome evident to the naked eye. Ethan lay on his back, looking...

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