Infant Massage Classes

Infant Classes at Our Studio

Mother massaging babyInfant Massage is a therapy for both infants and caregivers. Infant massage, when practiced on a consistent routine, will help babies’ muscles develop properly. This is important when learning to crawl or walk. Infant massage has numerous medical benefits, as well as bonding benefits.

When the caregiver massages a baby, a bond is created. The baby smiles back and lets you know what he or she likes the most during the massage. The joy a parent receives from practicing infant massage is indescribable and priceless. You will have to take a class to discover this for yourself!

Have questions about our classes? We’d be happy to help you further. Call us at (916) 492-0725.

Infant Classes Pricing

  • $150 Per Baby (Individual Parent or Couple)
  • 4 Weeks of Classes (Approx. 1 Hour Per Class)
  • Maximum Class Size is 6 Babies.

We also have organic herbal tinctures available! 2 oz. Belly Be Good ($20) is great for helping calm babies with colic.

Space is Limited so Sign up Soon!

" Go visit them! She's an amazing massage therapist and helped me once a month through my pregnancy."

Jessica

Our Current Class Program and Schedule

Week 1: Introduction

Features of the course:

  • Introduction to other babies and caregivers in the class.
  • Learn the history and benefits of infant massage.
  • Learn what oils to use, when to massage, and how to prepare your massage space.
  • Learn massage strokes for the legs, feet, and tummy.
  • Learn the colic routine and leg stretches.
  • Time for questions and answers.

Upon completion of week one, parents should practice the learned strokes to prepare for week two of the course.

Week 2:

Features of the course:

  • Parents share their experience with practicing the massage over the past week.
  • Learn the strokes for the chest, hands, and arms.
  • Review the strokes for the legs, feet, and tummy.
  • Review of the colic routine and leg stretches.
  • Time for questions and answers.

Upon completion of week two, parents should practice the learned strokes to prepare for week three of the course.

Week 3:

Features of the course:

  • Parents share their experience implementing massage strokes over the past week.
  • Learn massage strokes for the face and back.
  • Review strokes for the legs, feet, tummy, chest, hands and arms.
  • Time for questions and answers.
  • Group photo taken to be received on week four.

Upon completion of week three, parents should practice the learned strokes to prepare for week four of the course.

Week 4:

Features of the course:

  • Parents share their experiences of implementing massage strokes over the past week.
  • Review week one information about oils, benefits, and creating space.
  • Practice all strokes and the entire massage sequence.
  • Time for questions and answers.
  • Receive a group photo and certificate of completion for the course.

Parents should continue to practice and memorize the massage strokes at home.

“My chunky one-year old is killing my back, but she always makes it better! I've referred my mom and my husband and they both rave about her, too!"

Angela