Eureka Hydrotherapy are delighted to offer new parents this relaxing Saturday morning 4 week Baby Massage Course in Clonskeagh, Dublin 14.
This course runs from Saturday May19th until Saturday June 16th 11:30-1:00pm. No class Bank Holiday Weekend.
It takes place at 13, Leinster Lawn, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14. Click here for map.
There is on street parking but please respect the neighbours.
Baby Massage is delightful and will help you bond and massage your baby and offers physiological, psychological and emotional benefits to both baby and parents. You and your baby can start baby massage anytime from around six weeks to six months (or whenever they can roll over and escape!), but it is something you can use all the way into the teenage years.
Aileen Convery, a physio and mum of 4, is now offering baby massage classes to new parents and babies. There will be a fun learning atmosphere at class and plenty of repetition to get the hang of things.
Both fathers and mothers are welcome to join this Saturday morning class in Clonskeagh.
This is a baby-led class so sleeping, giggling, crying, eating or whatever your baby needs to do, will be worked around. We take the opportunity to discuss a little of the theory behind baby massage, and also Topic of the Day which can be anything from Baptism Cakes to baby development stages, teething, sleeping or indeed, first night out! Class always ends with a cup of something nice and occasionally healthy, but often not, cakes!
Infant Massage is an ancient and wonderful art. This course will teach you to massage and connect with your baby on a deep level through the sense of touch.
Cost of Classes
€100 for 4 week course. Each class is 1-1½ hours. Register online below and pay cash/cheque at the venue.
Up to €100 can be reimbursed through your health insurance company! It is important to check with your own health insurer on their terms and conditions that may apply.
- Bottle of Natural cold-pressed Sunflower Oil
- Laminated Booklet of massage strokes
- Books on loan if requested
- Information on local groups and services