Baby Massage


6-week baby massage course

with Jocasta Crofts

yogawest_babymassage_51Baby massage is a lovely way to bond with your baby. It is a time of intimacy, loving touch and relaxation by which you can grow the range of ways of being and communicating together. Babies and children learn first through touch. This is why massage is so connecting. Through massage they learn to recognise, share and enjoy healthy loving touch.

yogawest_babymassage_hjBaby massage can help to relieve upset tummies and helps babies to sleep. Babies who receive regular massages are often happier, healthier, grow faster and can be more socially well adjusted.

As a parent /caregiver you will learn a whole body routine to offer your baby, from this you can also pick and mix strokes to make up your own routine as your baby likes it. This is a mixture of Indian massage, Swedish massage, baby yoga and Reflexology. All babies are welcome, premature to age 1.  A massage booklet is included in the price.

Bring a pillow for your baby on the day.


Tuesday afternoons, 13.45–14.45


Next Course Dates Sept 12, 19, 26, Oct 3, 10, 17
Cost £60
(one adult and baby)
Booking form in word or pdf
You may join this class after it has started at a reduced rate.

Jocasta Crofts

Yogawest_jocasta_croft_lrJocasta Crofts is a trained Infant Massage Educator, Infant Developmental Movement Educator (IDME), Somatic Movement Educator, Professional dance artist, qualified Yoga teacher and a qualified & practising massage therapist.

Jocasta has been teaching Baby massage for 7 years, as well as practising regularly on her own son as he grows up. She teaches Developmental Movement through play in small groups, or one to one and has supported many babies and parents through the journey from the floor, to crawling, to walking. It is a beautiful experience to be a part of as a guide and witness.

Jocasta’s own son was born 3 months premature. She has some powerful, profound and personal experiences of how it can be possible for babies and parents to heal, recover and thrive after a difficult start to life.