With the BabyGym app, you get videos with exercises instructed by professionals for your child age 0 to 18 months
- March 28, 2020
- Lisa Goldberg
- Parenting Advice
With the BabyGym app, you get videos with exercises instructed by professionals for your child age 0 to 18 months. The exercises do not require a gymnasium or complicated equipment.
Motor skills are important for your baby and you can help your child along already when it is a few days old.
The app has been developed by the two professionals Bettina Steen Schöer and Andreas Schiørring.
Bettina is an occupational therapist in private practice and teaches baby gymnastics, individually and in groups. She is certified in infant massage and has carried out a number of courses in the children’s sector.
Andreas has a Master’s degree in physical education from the University of Southern Denmark and Aarhus University. He has a Master’s degree in pedagogy and didactics from the University of Southern Denmark and teaches children’s gymnastics to children aged 1-2 years.
Our basic philosophy is that exercising and playing are not just a matter of physical training, but can also create bonding and strengthen the relation between parent and child. We take this idea into consideration in the instructional videos.
Our main focus is to facilitate your implementation of the exercises with your child. That is the reason why the exercises are videotaped with both speech and text, which helps you get started with ease. Good times playing and exercising for you and your child.
HAVE FUN playing with your baby
Download #BabyGym for free here:
App Store -> https://apple.co/2NbT8Qq
Google Play -> https://bit.ly/2KSqKQs
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