The ΜΑΜΑΜΑ is a warm and welcoming venue for pregnant women and new parents with babies and children which performed activities related to the physical and emotional well-being of mother and child. Through a cycle of professional associates of various specialties contribute to effortless and scientifically grounded updating of the pair so as to enjoy the parenthood themselves to the fullest and to give their baby the happy and warm welcome deserves.Having as our basic principle that happy parents raise happy and emotionally balanced children we welcome you to our lovely nest and wish you great pleasure in uniquely beautiful journey of parenthood!
As a mother and as a perinatal care professional I decided to create a natural toiletries collection, which caters for my own childrens’ needs. So, full of love and respect for infants my collection “mamama baby” was born.
The International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) is a global organization and the world-class standard for the training and teaching of baby massage.‘The purpose of the International Association of Infant Massage is to promote nurturing touch and communication through training, education and research; so parents, caregivers and children are loved, valued and respected throughout the world community.’This was collectively written by over 100 Certified Infant Massage Instructors during the first IAIM General Assembly, held in Orlando, Florida, in 1992.
The Birthlight Trust is a non-profit organisation dedicated to enhance the health and wellbeing of women and their families from conception through to the third year. We use simple bodybased practices inspired from yoga and traditional modes of parenting. Some of our practices are land-based and others are in water. Our aim is to enhance the wellbeing of women and their partners through the journey of pregnancy and birth, and to help parents and infants relax in shared enjoyment of their new life together.
The Mother-Friendly Childbirth Initiative (MFCI) was created by the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services (CIMS) in 1996, specifically for the United States. The International MotherBaby Childbirth Initiative (IMBCI) took the MFCI as its original basis, then sought input from dozens of international organizations and 100 individual experts to create an Initiative that would work for every country beyond the US. The MFCI is a national, US-based initiative, whereas the IMBCI is a global initiative, designed for the flexibility needed to improve maternity care in both developed and developing countries.