Massage for Babies. baby massage training courses -  accredited and certificated.
in-house courses for organisations
courses for individuals
The foundation of our training: enhancing attachment and bonding between babies and their parents through caring, nurturing touch.

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Baby massage training courses for instructors

Baby massage training courses for instructors are provided by Massage for Babies, one of the UK's leading providers of accredited, certificated infant massage teacher training. Hundreds of its successful, accredited students are now working with parents and babies in Children's Centres, NHS Trusts, charities, community centres and in private practice.

For over 20 years we have focused solely on baby massage - we count ourselves as specialists in this area. We deliver high quality training and are not involved in merchandising, branding, franchising or selling products.

Organisations, including Children's Centres, SureStart centres, Early Years centres, local authorities, charities and NHS Trusts, can book bespoke, in-house baby massage training courses for staff groups, tailored to meet the needs of the staff, the budget and the training goals.

The in-house baby massage training courses are held across England and Wales - including London, Southampton, Leicester, Guildford , Brighton, Yorkshire, Hampshire, Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Cumbria, West Midlands, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Courses can also be delivered in Devon, Dorset, Cornwall, Somerset, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Essex and Suffolk.

Massage for Babies' baby massage training courses have been running since 2002 and have been approved and validated by an independent accreditation organisation.

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Baby massage in progress
“It was just the best course I have ever done”

Children's Centre staff member, Brighton


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