Massage for infants and children is already popular in India, but utilizing healthy touch for developmental care is new there. Tina Allen and her Liddle Kidz ambassadors recently travelled to India to massage children and to train parents and caregivers.

Massage for infants and children is already popular in India, but utilizing healthy touch for developmental care is new there.

Tina Allen and her Liddle Kidz ambassadors recently travelled to India to massage children and to train parents and caregivers.

They worked with such populations as children with special needs, those with HIV/AIDS, and families living in slums, proving the healing benefits of touch.

This photo essay complements MASSAGE Magazine’s April 2018 cover story, “Massage for Children: These Global Ambassadors Are Changing Kids’ Lives Through Touch.”

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