Louise qualified as a baby massage therapist with the Vocational Training Charitable Trust.
She has had plenty of hands on experience massaging her own 2 young daughters.
Louise has also run her own course at the local college, teaching and assessing others who want to practice and teach baby massage.

Baby Massage can be used to encourage and accentuate parent and child bonding; relieve constipation and colic; help establish sleep patterns; aid relaxation; improve lung expansion, muscle development, joint mobility and skin condition.

Louise is available to teach and guide new parents and parents-to-be in the practice of baby massage. She can be booked for one to two hourly sessions to talk and demonstrate to individuals or parental groups.
The sessions include instructions on how to carry out a baby massage; how to prepare; advice on the best times to perform a massage; when not to carry out baby massage and also the care of a baby following massage.

For further information or to book a session, contact Louise by the email link or from the contact page, both on this site.