“Of all the things my hands have held, the best by far is you.”
Touch is the first sense to develop and remains essential to baby's physical and emotional development. Infant massage classes are a fun, unique way for parents and caregivers to bond with their babies, create meaningful at-home routines, and connect with other families.
Infant Massage is not meant to be therapeutic, or a cure for health ailments. However, as a bonus, there are many possible benefits and positive "side-effects" for baby and caregivers you can see below and learn about in class:
- intro to infant massage series
What do I provide?
Small bottle of food-grade organic sunflower oil
Cushions for you and baby to borrow during sessions
Caregiver course guide for routine (digital + physical)
Bonus sample packs and gifts
Private Facebook group for cohort communication and connection.
Online access to extra resources and materials
What do you bring?
A soft blanket/mat/towel you don't mind possibly getting oil on.
Your baby (6 weeks old to pre-crawling) and their usual necessities
Classes are baby-led and baby-friendly. You never have to force your baby to participate if they are resistant.
One other caregiver of baby is welcome to join—this allows for both to learn, or one to mind a baby who needs feeding and care while the other gets to observe/practice techniques.
Basics & Bundles
What are clients saying?
Highly recommend Sarah’s infant massage series. This is our second round of classes with her (we pre
Highly recommend Sarah’s infant massage series. This is our second round of classes with her (we previously took her prenatal classes) and as always it was worth every penny! Not only did it give us a bonding activity, but it also was incredibly helpful with my little guys digestive issues (gassy baby). It was both informative and quite easy to follow along! Would take another class from Sarah in a heartbeat!
I highly recommend Sarah’s infant massage class. I learned so many great techniques to not only rela
I highly recommend Sarah’s infant massage class. I learned so many great techniques to not only relax my three month old but to also help with her colic. If your baby needs to sleep or feed during class you can always watch the demonstrations and practice afterwards. Infant massage is an amazing way to bond with your baby and I will continue to practice what I learned in the classes with my daughter as she gets older. It’s also a great way to meet other moms!