Mother & Bump Baby Massage Course Online

Learn colic relief techniques, what oils to use, plus many more benefits and have fun with your baby!

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Mother & Bump Baby Massage Course online is a new fun way of making our course accessible to you within the comfort of your own home. The course is aimed at
  • Expectant parents wishing to learn Baby Massage prior to your baby's arrival
  • Babies aged between 8 weeks to Six months (newborns can join in on some of the movements but are adapted and without oil)
What you will learn:
  • Help your baby ease wind, colic & constipation
  • Help soothe your babies discomfort with Massage
  • Soothe & relax your baby to sleep
  • Learn how with confidence to tune into your baby's needs
  • Learn how to recognise your baby's cues
  • How to adapt your massage as your baby grows
  • Safe oils to use
  • How much pressure to apply
Why Choose To Learn Online
I have been teaching for the past 7 years so understand what can sometimes prevent babies and parents from attending each week.
  • No more missing a class because your baby was ill
  • No more missing the session due to vaccines.
  • Benefit of not missing out on any information as you can return and catch up with the information as often as you like.
  • You can practice with your partner and wider family
  • Compliments formal face to face Baby Massage Course
  • Take the pressure of having to get to class on time.
  • We strongly believe Baby Massage sessions being baby led if your little one is not in the mood to be massaged that is not a problem you can always come back to our course.
We offer a comprehensive understanding of the loving art of Baby Massage so unlike the short clips of baby massage you can find on the internet, we share with you a detailed health and safety aspects as well as the deeper benefits to this practice.

Your Instructor

Natelie Henriques
Natelie Henriques
I set up Mother & Bump in 2008 to support women and their partners to have a relaxed pregnancy and birth of choice so they can enjoy their babies when they arrive.
My practice offers Massage to help mothers to relax before and after the birth of their baby as well as Hypnobirthing and Doula services.
My experience over the last nine years has been working combining all of my skills at Mother & Bump.
I have taught and still teach Baby Massage face to face with groups of parents in Sure Start Children Centers as well as Private NCT Groups and on a one to one basis covering South East London.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What happens if my baby cries or needs to feed or falls to sleep during the session?
Baby Massage should always be Baby led which means there are no pressures to keep your little one quite or ignore his/her needs. There is plenty of time for practice. The build up to the routine takes time so don't worry if you don't get to do it all in one day your baby will soon tolerate more massage as you ease them into the practice. if your little one falls asleep wait until your little one is in a Quiet Active Alert state to start again (This we will look at in greater detail at the during session 1). The beauty of your online course is that you can come back and re watch at anytime. This way you and your baby can relax and enjoy your massage practice together.
What is the ideal age to start Baby Massage?
Baby massage can be offered to a baby from birth but ,To get the most enjoyment from the course the best time is from 8 weeks to 6 months or pre-crawling age. Before this age your little one is adjusting to live outside of the womb and a full body massage with oil would be to stimulating. If you wish from birth to 7 weeks, massage in small areas of the body ideally through clothes. This eases your little one into building up to the full body massage routine. After 6 months your baby may lose interest in receiving massage as he/she explores the world around them. Don’t worry most babies come back to massage around 18months and of course you can always introduce singing, and stories to make the massage more engaging.
What type of oil should I buy to use on my baby
Mother & Bump reccomend cold pressed Coconut for babies under 3 months and above. You may also use Cold pressed Sunflower oil. You can purchase via our website or buy from any good natural health store. We strongly advise that you always perform a patch test on your baby before using for the full massage. Do this by applying a small amount of oil in the crease of your little ones elbow. Leave on for fifteen minutes if there is a reaction wash of quickly and then try a different medium.

Our online course is designed to teach you Baby Massage skills so that, by the end of the course you will be able to carry out safely and confidently a full body routine on your little one.

We are so excited and love the fact that you are able to come back to view the course as many times as you wish.

Helping parents ease:



Trapped Wind


Helping your little one to relax and sleep longer

By the end of the course you will be able to perform a full body routine as well as know why and when to massage, what products to use on your baby's skin and how to tell if your baby is in the mood to receive or not.

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