Baby and Me

Tula’s first ‘Baby and Me Yoga/Infant Massage Workshop’  was a success.  I am so grateful for Liz, for sharing her talents and knowledge for a good cause.  We raised $100 for Baby Olive and there’s still next weekend to raise more!

Sunday, October 20th at 12:30pm

$20 Drop In (All proceeds will assist Baby Olive who is fighting Leukemia)





Interested in bonding with your baby through yoga, but can’t make next weekend’s workshop?  Come to ‘Baby and Me’ Yoga at Tula every Wednesday morning from 10:30am-11:30am; $10.

Interested in starting a new tradition with your baby through infant massage but can’t make our workshop?  Check out this book:


Or email Liz (Certified Infant Massage Therapist) at

Beyond excited for Tula’s upcoming Baby and Me Yoga/Infant Massage Workshop this Sunday at 12:30pm.  All proceeds will benefit Baby Olive Fleming and her family as she fights Leukemia.

I am partnering with my buddy, Liz Finch, Certified Infant Massage Therapist and baby lover.



BYOBaby and Sunflower Oil (for the massage portion), no yoga or massage experience necessary. 

$20 Drop-In, $35 for both Sunday Sessions (Oct 13/20th)

45 min Baby and Me Yoga

30 min Infant Massage Instruction


‘Baby and Me Yoga’ has been extra fun lately!  Looking forward to the Baby and Me/Infant Massage Workshop at Tula Yoga Studio the last two Sundays in October (20th/27th) at 1:30pm. $20 for drop-in and $35 for both sessions. All proceeds will benefit Baby Olive as she fights Leukemia.



BYOBaby and Massage (Sunflower) Oil.

During my Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga training in San Francisco last March, we briefly discussed how to incorporate teaching infant massage in our ‘Baby and Me’ postnatal yoga classes.  This class format provides a perfect opportunity to transfer our attention from mommy (or daddy’s) yoga practice-where the baby is watching or being held in a pose -to where it is all about the baby and the parent is able to connect to their new born babe.  I was inspired to read Infant Massage by Vimala McClure after learning that my friend Liz was taking an infant massage course.  So far, this book has taught me that infant massage is not for releasing tension in the babies (although it is relaxing for them) it’s more for bonding, circulation and toning their internal organs.  Infant massage has been around for centuries but in our busy, fast-paced, technologically based society we need reminders on how to slow down, relax and bond with our little ones.  

Massage of foots