A baby yoga course, which involves tiny tots being swung through the air - often by a single limb, could be coming to Britain.
Shocking footage of Russian therapist Lena Fokina flipping a baby over her head astounded millions as it went viral online.
The actions seemed so outrageous that many people thought the video must have featured a doll rather than a real baby.
And doctors around the world were quick to condemn the technique which they say could be dangerous for infants.
But Ms Fokina, 51, insists it is a genuine aid to muscular development and demonstrated it at a seminar for parents in Dahab, Egypt.
Babies were were also taught "water rebirthing" - involving dunking kids' heads in water to address "repressed trauma from birth".
Ms Fokina says she has practised baby yoga for 30 years after it was developed by fellow Russian Dr Igor Charkovsky.
She said: "Some babies cry, but then they begin to enjoy it. It's not dangerous. I work with parents across Europe. I hope soon to be working with a family in England.
"All my children have grown up according to the Charkovsky method and they've all gone on to achieve outstanding results in life."