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Massage pour enfants à besoins particuliers (Autisme, TDAH, anxiété)

The technique

Technique MEBP® differs from a traditional massage, because it is specifically adapted for special needs children

The massage is supported by a visual sequence and is composed of deep pressures and/or gliding techniques (effleurages) in respect of every child's sensory characteristics and specific needs.


The massage has great impacts on the proprioceptive system, which brings many benefits:


-Increases body awareness
-Improves concentration and increases alertness 
-Reduces anxiety and helps managing emotions
-Reduces stress levels
-Improves sleep quality
-Increases touch tolerance
-Improves digestion and reduces constipation
-Reduces the migraines and the frequency and intensity of headaches
-Reduces the frequency and intensity of tics


Technique MEBP® given on a futon lying on the floor and fully dressed. 

Giving the massage on a futon promotes a bond, proximity between the massage therapist and the child, who is free of any movement.


With special needs children, we must see the massage as a prevention tool and not only just a way to relax.
The massage must be done with a weekly frequency to maximize the benefits.


Technique MEBP® is accredited by:

  • Fédération Québécoise des Massothérapeutes

  • L'Association professionnelle des massothérapeutes spécialisés du Québec

  • Fondation ASCA, fondation Suisse pour les médecines complémentaires

  • Fédération Française de Shiatsu Masunaga

  • National Certification Board For Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) – États-Unis

  • Estonian Ministry of Education and Research

  • Massage Therapists Association of Nova Scotia

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Technique MEBP®'s precious partners :

Massage pour enfants à besoins particuliers (Autisme, TDAH, anxiété)

Technique MEBP® is a registered trademark of Mélissa Boulanger. All rights reserved.

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