Pregnancy Massage

Infant Massage Class (Pre-Natal to Crawling age)

Are you pregnant or have a in infant who is not crawling yet?
Would you like to learn how massaging your baby will help them to be:

  • Happier and Calmer (less tears!)
  • Healthier
  • Smarter


  • Why, when, where, and how to massage baby
  • Tips for getting your baby to sleep, and a colic routine
  • Tips for increasing baby IQ

Fee includes:

* 3 sessions to learn a full baby massage routine and adaptation to toddler massage

* 2 adults and 1 infant (Additional caregiver / family member $10)
* Massage oil

* All notes and charts
* “Baby’s First Touch” Step-by-Step Instructions for Infant massage, by Diana Moore, MS, LMT, CIMI® booklet
Melissa will demonstrate with a doll; other dolls are available to practice with if baby needs a break

Call (916) 402-7380 to set up your personalized in-home sessions!

  • Learn in the comfort of your own home
  • Don’t worry about getting baby into the car & finding parking
  • Add your own massages to a session with the outcall fee waived
  • Host several families in your home and receive discounts

Pregnancy Massage

75 minutes sessions recommended

  • Helps ease pain from weekly changes your body endures, especially in hips and back
  • Helps decreases stress and anxiety during this life changing event
  • Keeps stress hormones from passing through the placenta barrier to baby
  • Helps maintain a healthy pregnancy
  1. Body positioning on the table is mostly side-lying or seated 
  2. Belly massage only done upon request
  3. Mother will be fully draped at all times to ensure privacy and comfort
  4. Please come with your doctor’s permission if you have a high risk pregnancy

Postpartum Massage

75 minutes or more recommended

 Families are encouraged to bring their infants in up until they are able to crawl. Receiving a massage while snuggling with baby is a wonderful bonding experience. Massage soothes mommy and baby, keeping them calm, thereby reducing chance of fussiness during session. Positioning on the massage table varies from side-lying, either face up or face down, or sitting, all depending on the comfort and needs of the client.
 Benefits of postpartum massage:

  • Increases the bond between parent and baby
  • Supports emotional healing and decreases depression commonly known as “baby blues”
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Aids in the healing process from birth by eliminating
     – hormones released during labor
     – medications possibly given during birth
     – hormones released post labor
  • Helps ease mother’s pain from the new demands placed her body:
    • Nursing, bending, lifting, and carrying baby

Infant Massage Course

Enroll for Melissa’s Infant Massage Course, Click Here.
Melissa is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor CIMI® through the International Loving Touch Foundation, a nationally accredited program.

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