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Baby Massage


A lovely experience for myself and baby.  Imogen is always much more cheerful and co-opreative for hours after her baby Massage session and Natelie is a very calming influence   Thanks so much

Wendy and Baby Imogen – Baby Massage Group session

Greenwich, Bexley,

Lewisham, Bromley, Dartford

Helping you empower your body, your feelings and your inner wisdom

Affirmations 2018 (6)

Precious bonding time

Confident massage skills that help with colic, wind, constipation and teething

Confidence to tune in to your baby’s needs

How to recognise your baby’s cues

Understanding of how massage supports immature body systems

Understanding of speech and language development

Using singing and music

How to adapt your massage as your baby grows

Lots of helpful tips and advice on relaxed parenting.



Find out more about Baby Massage Private Groups for you and your friends


Find out more about Private Baby Massage Classes or Children Centre Courses currently running.

Mother and Bump Baby Massage sessions are a fun, flexible activity that can be practiced from birth and are baby lead so there’s no problem if your baby is not in the mood! Our supportive classes offer parents and babies: -

Mother & Bump Baby Massage

Termly Courses

  Held In Charlton South East London


The Baby Massage classes are held over four weekly sessions and are for babies from around 8 weeks to 6 months pre-crawling.


The skills that you learn can continue to be used as your child grows.


Classes are held in The Big Red Bus Club Charlton which offers a warm, relaxing, environment for you and your baby.


The Baby Massage sessions are 1½ hours long and

include a demonstration and group practice of massage strokes.

Relaxation time for parents and some reflection, including refreshments.

The course covers a variety of topics that help you along your new parenting journey.



Natelie Henriques


0800 468 1737

07983 967737

“The practice of infant massage provides the opportunity for parents to tune into their babies, communicate love and security and read their cues. It enables the crucial process of bonding and an infant’s understanding of action/reaction and the foundations of empathy. It also helps the activation of the serve-and-return wiring in the brain, provide the basis of healthy brain architecture: particularly in relation to life-long mental well-being, empathy, emotional regulation, and cognitive skills (Feldman, Rosenthal & Eidelman, 2014; National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2004; World Health Organisation, 2004”