Baby massage

Come and join our nurturing 5 week course designed for you and your new little bundle. You will learn gentle massage routines which can benefit your baby in many ways. 

Such as improve your baby’s quality of sleep, reduce wind and ease colic symptoms. Massage increases the bond with your baby and gives you further confidence in handling your baby. Laura who runs our baby massage classes is a paediatric nurse with years of experience of all the common baby ailments so she has some great tips and knowledge to share with you. The classes will be non-judgemental and we always have a discussion time to provide you with the chance to ask any questions and make friends. The start of parenthood can be daunting, hard and exhausting, but by joining a class of other like minded parents in the same situation as you can be a lifeline. Support is everything so come and enjoy.

frequently asked questions

Who cares! You don’t need any experience, baby yoga is a fun interactive class for your baby, come and give it a try!

We recommend starting baby yoga following on from baby massage. Having said that, baby massage is not essential. You can join baby yoga from 8 weeks onwards, but around 3-4 months is a great engaging age for some of the poses!

 DO NOT WORRY!!!! All babies cry at some point in the day, some more than others. A Baby yoga class is no exception! It doesn’t matter if your baby cries, you can feed or soothe, or stand up and rock your baby, whatever is best for you both. You will learn various holds, tips and tricks to help calm your baby. However, you will find that the fun engaging class doesn’t leave much time for tears!

Just you, your baby and your usual baby bag, nappies/milk etc. Maybe a favourite toy and a drink for you. You don’t need any fancy props, just some energy and your best singing voice… to help drown mine out, Ha!

 

Yes of course!!!! You only need to purchase one course, you can bring your babies just on your own, practicing different movements of each of their bodies. Or you could take turns, one baby one week, and then swap the following week, we are sure if one of your babies was just watching that they would still enjoy the stimulation from the class. Alternatively, you can bring an extra pair of hands to help… perhaps Daddy, or Granny?