Roslina is a skilled confinement nanny who is trained in traditional Malay confinement practices also known as Berpantang Selepas Bersalin. Roslina understands the importance of resting and healing for a new mother and believes that the period of confinement is crucial for a woman’s overall health. Roslina practices massages on new mums which is believed to improve blood circulation, expelling wind and relieving muscles due to labor. Not only is she skillful in Malay massages for mums, she provides massages for babies as well. Roslina speaks Malay and English and is capable of cooking up traditional confinement Malay dishes such as tonic soups and drinks such as Longan Kuching. She is a veteran in her field and has a range of experiences with different ethnic background families, and is knowledgeable in bathing, feeding and caring for both mother and child.