Take one of our free or low-cost online infant massage courses!

All babies need early relationships that are loving, healthy and secure.


Learn how you can use cue-based infant massage education, to support these early relationships.

Touch, baby massage, voice, eye-contact and movement are the building blocks for our early relationships. At the same time, these interactions are also wiring the brain. In fact, these simple interactions are shaping the baby’s social, emotional and mental health development.

Please browse our range of online infant massage courses below. As you will see, many courses are free and low-cost. In addition, several free courses can be counted toward a formal qualification in infant massage education.

New online infant massage courses recently added:


Cue-Based Infant Massage Course – Week 1: Course Introduction

This is Week 1 of the online component of the nationally accredited course in Cue-Based Infant Massage and Parent-Infant Relationship Education.

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Promoting nurturing parenting through infant massage

This course will provide you with knowledge to assist in critically examining and evaluating the quality of different approaches to infant massage education and which ones, in particular, appear to result in improved parent-infant relationship outcomes.

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Infant Massage in Australia

This module challenges some of the popular ideas about "infant massage". We explore some historical influences on the development of infant massage and students will complete the course with some of the knowledge necessary to understand the range of factors that may be important in evaluating different approaches to infant massage education.

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Touch Brain Development Course

Touch in Infant Mental Health and Brain Development

First, we will explore how touch relates to early human development. We will explore some key research influencing our understanding of how touch influences the development of emotional and affect regulation, and also how some key themes in touch-related research relate to affect regulation. We will also giving some thought to how people’s own experiences and cultural beliefs about touch can impact on the quality of these early opportunities for supporting infant development.

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Baby in Mind is a registered charity. We provide nationally accredited training in Cue-Based Infant Massage Education. We do this in partnership with Relationships Australia SA.

Course topics relate to cue-based infant massage education.  For example, course topics include:

  • infant development.
  • infant mental health promotion.
  • parent-infant interaction
  • supporting parent-baby relationships.

These online courses are open to anyone, and certificate of completion is available on finishing each course.