Here you’ll find links to reading material on in-arms carrying as a whole, and things related to parts of it. These will eventually be sorted into specific sections as this resource section grows.
In-arms Carrying: A practical guide for comfortable carrying – Mel Cyrille (black and white version)
An introduction to in-arms carrying and the many factors which make it up and impact on it. Written for parents and educators alike.
Links are to Amazon UK but also available on several other Amazon sites. Also available in colour and on Kindle. You can get in touch with her if you would like to have her book available in other formats.
A Baby Wants to be Carried: Everything you need to know about baby carriers and the benefits of babywearing – Evelin Kirkilionis
Although this is a book focused on babywearing, parts of it are focused on how a baby sits on the caregiver in-arms, and Dr. Kirkilionis has completed specific research related to this.
The Rhythmic Movement Method: A Revolutionary Approach to Improved Health and Well-Being – Harald Blomberg
Lots of info about retained primitive reflexes and how they impact on a child/adult’s life.
Babywearing is NOT Carrying – Mel Cyrille
Cache or Carry? Comparative biology and infant carrying – Katie Nicolai
Carrying Kids and Wrist Pain – Katy Bowman
Carrying Reflexes Spotlight: Babinski’s Sign – Mel Cyrille
RUA Rib Thruster – Katy Bowman
The Remarkable Power of Touch – Karen Young
Why is Clinging Important? – Mel Cyrille
Back to Basics: Babies, Bodies & Behaviour – Carried and Nära Bebis
Move Your DNA – Nutritious Movement