E: bumptobaby@outlook.ie

T: 086 1079176

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.

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 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.

Taney Parish Centre

Taney Road, Dundrum

Dublin 14

Bump to Baby


€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***


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.