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Specialized training for parents 

in Nurturing Touch

Learn Nurturing Touch for Parents and Babies

From infancy to adolescence and beyond, massage has many positive effects on the health and well-being of a person. For mothers and fathers, it is a simple, immediate, and intimate way to communicate love and promote bonding with their babies. For babies, massage promotes emotional, physical, and neurological growth.

Learn Nurturing Touch brings forth my more than 28 years of experience in massage therapy to teach my clients the art of touch therapy. My clients include biological or foster parents and grandparents who care for premature or medically challenged infants and children.

Discover the Art of Touch Therapy

I will work with you before, during, and after pregnancy and during labor to ensure that you and your baby receive the best possible care. Explore my website today to learn more about the services I offer. For further inquiries or concerns, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. I can service clients in select areas in New York and Florida.

Meet the Therapist

I’m a state-licensed and -registered massage therapist in New York. I successfully established the first massage therapy program to complement traditional medical practices at Stony Brook University Medical Center, a tertiary care hospital and a major northeast academic medical center on Long Island, New York.

Furthermore, I’m a certified instructor who teaches infant/child massage and nurturing touch for healthy babies as well as for premature and medically challenged children. I took Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) training at the University of New Mexico and St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, I also established the Stony Brook University Nurturing Touch program in the NICU for parents of NICU infants.

For the past 28 years, I’ve been working with full-term, premature, and medically challenged babies — nurturing to teaching families the art of Nurturing Touch therapy. I also received additional training from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to provide Safe Touch education. This special therapy is ideal for family members whose loved ones are dealing with cancer or are in hospice or palliative care.

Additionally, I taught stress management and breathwork meditation. I’ve even worked with Dr. Mehmet Oz in his Complementary Care program at the NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center.


I understand that you may have questions regarding my services. Read some frequently asked questions by my previous clients below. 

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