Loos says it was a life changer and she noticed a change in Noble just weeks into the program.
"When we got to the tummy strokes, you could tell that it was feeling good to him because he would remain calm," says Loos. "The first time it was actually a blowout onto another organization's blanket. I felt so bad. It was good. Yeah. It was working."
"There are specific strokes for the face, the tummy, the back," explains Kristine Snell.
Snell is an infant massage instructor at the Achievement Center's for Children.
"It's beneficial because we can get some processes going early in life and it becomes part of the family routine and rituals," says Snell.
For the the Loos family, it means relief and comfort for Noble and no more days with tears and pain.
"The massage for us became more than just bonding, it was like a form of communication," says Loos.