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Prenatal massage - birthworker training

Do you work with children aged 2 months - 3 years?

A course in baby massage broadens your skills and makes you better equipped to work with children's motor and neurologic development.

The aim of the course is to give inspiration to introduce and integrate baby massage into your daily work.
During the course, you will learn the theory behind why movement and touch are of decisive importance for the child's development.


Course content:

  • You learn to givesoft massageto all parts of the little body.

  • You learnexercises and gameswhich promotes motor and neurological development.

  • You gettools to support and optimizethe child's health, development and well-being.

  • We switch betweenTheory and Practicein a relaxed atmosphere.

  • Demonstration andpractical trainingtakes place on realistic dolls and other course participants.

Massage is a fantastic tool for closeness, contact, health and well-being
-for everyone throughout life!

The aim of the course:

  • To broaden knowledge about the importance of touch and the benefits of soft massage for children between 2 months and 3 years.

  • To give the course participants simple tools to support and optimize the development, health and well-being of the young child.


The course is especially aimed at massage therapists, midwives, doulas, preschool staff and nurses who work at BVC as well as other professional groups in medicine and education who work with children between 2 months and 3 years.

Included in the course:

  • Massage oil

  • Compendium

  • Massage doll*

  • Coffee morning and afternoon

     *The massage doll is made for the purpose of demonstrating baby massage. The doll can do all the movements a maby can and it is made heavy to feel realistic.



17-19 march 2023.

9-18, 9-18, 8-14 on a friday, saturday and sunday.



Röstångagården, Humlegatan 5, 26868 Röstånga



SEK 9,500, of which SEK 2,000 is paid within 10 days after the confirmation of registration has been sent out, the rest is paid no later than one week before the start of the course. It is possible to divide the payment into three occasions.The money is only refunded upon presentation of a medical certificate or if the course organizer chooses to cancel the course.


There is the possibility of free accommodation at the location and you can either bring your own food or pre-order lunch.


Registration is via email to 

Educator Hannah Lind is basically a lawyer with a focus on human rights and democracy. In 2002, she decided to change tracks. Today she is, among other things, a trained massage therapist, doula and acupressor. She has been teaching via Nordly's massage institute in Jutland for 10 years. She has previously held workshops in Sweden in both pregnancy massage and acupressure. Feel free to read more on Nordly's website.

Said about Hannah Lind:

"I went to Hanna's first course in Sweden and she was absolutely fantastic. Such a presence, wisdom and knowledge. I learned so much during the course that I take with me in life, both as a doula, pregnant masseur and woman. Recommends everyone who works around pregnant to take Hannah's course. "


Hannah Lind- utbildare i babymassage


The pregnancy massage course gave me valuable keys to giving a massage that is both safe and soothing. Hannah led the course with great warmth, a lot of knowledge, humor and inner wisdom. This was so much more than a course, this was an experience that filled both body and soul while new knowledge could be taken in and practiced. "


Why baby massage?

For babies and young children, touch and movement are absolutely essential for both physical and mental development. Touch in the form of soft massage has many positive effects. The skin is the body's largest - and initially most sensitive - sensory organ, which makes the skin the key to the child's motor and neurological development.

Fortunately, most babies get lots of touch and love from your parents quite naturally and many parents have also learned infant massage. But many children are not at home all the time. Today, many children spend many hours outside the home and are cared for by many other adults who are not their parents. 

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