Taney Parish Centre

Taney Road, Dundrum

Dublin 14

Bump to Baby

What to bring?

Just bring yourself and your baby. A blanket is useful but not essential.

All course equipment is provided. 

Classes are baby led so you are free to tend to your baby as you need.

Benefits for parent/guardian:

  • better understanding of your baby.

  • promotes bonding.

  • improved self-esteem and confidence.

  • decrease in post-natal depression.

  • opportunity to meet other parents.


Baby massage is not a new concept.  It has been part of daily life for many years in African and Asian communities. Somehow the process was lost in Western societies.  A woman called Vimala McClure brought the practice back to the west after a trip to India in the 1970's.  The International Association of Infant Massage was set up in 1981 and today Infant Massage is practiced in 56 countries around the world.


€100 (for 5 week course)

​(which includes organic massage oil, course handouts and tea/coffee and a sweet treat!) 

***Please note many of the health insurance companies offer a rebate against the cost of the course***

Benefits for baby:

  • promotes bonding.

  • one-to-one quality time.

  • increased understanding of verbal and non-verbal communication.

  • may help relieve constipation, wind and colic pains.

  • relaxing thereby improving sleep patterns.

E: bumptobaby@outlook.ie

T: 086 1079176


Next course:

Dundrum -


Contact Lindsay on 086 107 9176 for details

Venue - 

Dundrum Methodist Church

Ballinteer Road, Dundrum, Dublin 16 (next door to Wesley College)

Each class lasts approximately an hour and a half.  This includes massage followed by tea/coffee and chat with other mums.