Article in Practical Parenting Magazine

This morning I had a phone interview from a lovely journalist named Tammy Werner-Wilson from Washington DC, The article is about

Gentle Hands

Gentle Hands

how baby massage can help with sleep, colic and constipation, relaxation, boosting the immune system and bonding with your baby through play.

It will be published in the December issue of Practical Parenting 🙂




Learn to massage your baby the Tiny Touch way

I recently wrote a guest blog on baby massage on a wonderful mothers blog page called Mother & Luxe in which I give the steps to doing some baby massage at home
You can read it here!

There are many helpful and interesting articles posted on this site so have a look😊

Tiny Touch has a NEW product on SALE now!


Baby Massage Essentials Pack

Something new for Tiny Touch!

Often mums purchase baby massage oil from me at the start of the course then at the end they ask to buy the Tiny Touch- LEARN TO MASSAGE YOUR BABY DVD ( It is $10 off for those who take the course) so I thought why not package up everything together in a nice reusable cotton mesh bag and then you have everything you need to get started with your baby massage course.The Tiny Touch ‘Baby Massage Essentials’ pack includes

  • a high-quality baby massage oil
  • a ‘Learn to Massage Your Baby’ DVD
  • a massage steps guide to make giving a baby massage really easy
  • a comfortable massage matt for the baby to be cosy
  • The pack comes in a handy cotton mesh bag.

A retail value of $75 on sale for $50. To Purchase click on the gift tab on the Home Page of then click on the picture of The Essentials Pack and follow the prompts.

You can pay with Paypal or Direct Deposit.


Baby massage classes starting up again for 2014

Classes are starting up again this week so book in early to learn baby massage techniques.
Call Marilyn from Tiny Touch Baby Massage on 0411143582 to book a time and place that suits you.
I look forward to hearing from you 🙂

A Recent Testimonial
“After my class with Marilyn I feel more confident handling my baby and helping him relax. Marilyn is personable, supportive, gives great advice and is very approachable. Best investment!”

Postnatal Depression Awareness Week

This morning I attended Talks, Treats and Tea at the Narrabeen Tramshed. A PND event put on by Medicare Local/Sydney, North Shore,Beaches.

Despite the rain it was a good turnout of mums and babies, and other health professionals including Kathy O’Donnell from Nurturing Hands, Lois Nethery from Northern Beaches Acupuncture, Tresilian, Dalwood Spillsread, Relationships Australia, State Wide Support Services and others all with one purpose, to use our expertise and experience to help and support parents and families in their challenging roles as new parents.

Katherine Cook a child and family Psychologist  gave an interesting and informative talk on Adjustment and Parental Anxiety.

Catherine Knox from The Gidget Foundation gave her own personal story on her experience with PND. It was a moving and challenging story. In fact 1-6 Women and 1-10 Men experience Postnatal Anxiety or Depression. Parenthood can be stressful, most parents experience some form of anxiety. Parenthood especially new parenthood can be a very anxious time. It is not something you can really prepare for. We need help and support from others.

I spoke on baby massage and how it can be a helpful modality for both babies and mothers with PND. Mothers with PND often have problems interacting with their babies. they can be withdrawn, disengaged, not playing or smiling with their baby, as a result the babies can become distressed and cry more which only makes the situation worse.

Baby massage is something enjoyable that is easy to learn and benefits both mother and child.

Making eye contact and chatting to your baby is much easier when you are massaging.

It also helps you to learn to read their cues and learn to respond to them, all the while communicating with them through touch which is their first language.

Regular massage helps you to gain confidence in your parenting skills. This helps you to relax and in turn helps your baby to relax.

If you feel you would like some support, any of the above mention groups can be of help to you

If you would like to know more about baby massage and PND please feel free to contact me. I would love to help.


Marilyn Wilson, RN

Paediatric  Massage Consultant

Infant Massage Instructor

p:   0411 14 35 82



Postnatal Depression Awareness week Nov 17-23

I am looking forward to speaking on Monday November 18th at the Talks,Treats and Tea at Narrabeen Tramshed – Sponsored by Sydney North Shore and Beaches Medicare Local
I will be speaking on how learning and practicing baby massage can be really helpful in the treatment of postnatal depression for both mum and child. I will also have a booth and would love to see anyone interested in learning baby massage.

Around 1-7 mothers and 1-10 fathers will experience depression and anxiety during pregnancy and early parenthood. Please support the Gidget Foundation