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Emotional Intelligence should be taught to children as young as one year of age. We teach kids to count, know their colors, recite the ABC's, but we aren't teaching them emotional eloquence formally like we do other subjects in the classroom.    - Dr. Steve Sampson ​From birth, children require tactile stimulation to develop physically, mentally, and emotionally.  Studies show that children who receive massage therapy show benefits of enhanced immune function, reduction of stress, and an overall sense of well-being.  Massage for Infants, Toddlers, and Teens (MITTS) is a program developed as a way to introduce young children to massage therapy and to enhance emotional intelligence. It is designed to help children navigate life from infancy to adulthood. A few of the many benefits of Infant Massage include: Improved Sleep Patterns Deepens Bonding Enhanced Immune Function Helps with Colic and Constipation Helps with Brain Development A few of the many benefits of Toddler Massage i