June 17, Vancouver, BC – The Liddle Kidz Foundation
invites massage therapists to witness the first ever documentary that explores
the world of infant and pediatric massage shot entirely in HD.
Shot exclusively in Tokyo
and Osaka Japan in 2011, the documentary includes compelling testimony and
personal stories from individuals who have chosen to join the Liddle Kidz
Foundation on their own personal journey in learning the art of infant and
pediatric Massage from the most widely sought-after expert in this exciting
field, Tina Allen.
In addition to the educational component of this amazing journey
to Japan, Tina Allen, along with a select group of Japanese Nationals who
received specialized training in pediatric massage by the Liddle Kidz
Foundation, volunteered as part of an outreach working with those affected by
the most powerful known earthquake ever to have hit Japan, and one of the five
most powerful earthquakes in the world since modern record-keeping began in
Our Japanese Liddle Kidz Foundation Global Volunteer Ambassadors
worked closely with the children of Japan, some whose parents have not come to
collect them after the tsunami swept away their town. The plight of these
children is heartbreaking.
It is the vision of the Liddle Kidz Global Foundation to make a
true difference for infants and children who have been orphaned and abandoned.
We achieve this goal by incorporating sustainable and replicable programs into
orphanages and residential care settings around the globe.
Liddle Kidz is grateful for the sponsorship of groups such as
The Japanese Association of Baby and Childcare; the Massage Therapy Foundation;
Massage Warehouse; and ONE Concept Group.
View this exciting new ground breaking documentary and see if
perhaps becoming certified as an infant massage teacher (CIMT) or a pediatric
massage therapist (CPMT) through the Liddle Kidz Foundation is the right choice
For more information about the Liddle Kidz Foundation, please
visit www.liddlekidz.com. For information about Liddle Kidz
initiatives in orphanages around the world – including details on how to become
a volunteer – visit www.liddlekidz.org.