Nurturing Touch:
Infant Massage ‘N More

With Pamm Klieman

Current  Session:
Sundays, July 9 to 30
12:30 – 2:00pm 

Next Session:
Sundays, Sept 9 to Oct 8
12:30 – 2:00pm 

$65 per 4 week session, register below

Did you know that touch is the first sense to fully develop in the womb and that skin is most sensitive organ of our body? So it’s no accident that first communication between mama and baby begins with touch and it’s a fact that babies need touch just as they need nutrition and napping! This 4 week series is a unique opportunity for new parents to learn Infant Massage while learning about your baby’s behaviors, sleep strategies for you and baby, schedules and routines and so much more…all while learning one of the most powerful communication tools for your baby…Nurturing Touch.

Did you know Infant Massage may promote the:

  • Increased communication with baby
  • Enhanced brain development for baby
  • Positive self-esteem, respect for baby
  • Stress reduction for baby
  • Improved circulation, relieve gas/colic
  • Increased intimacy with baby…great for dads
  • Better sleep for baby and you!

This unique class series is a safe place for you to address your concerns as a new parent and share your experience, while you care for your baby the best possible way…with Nurturing Touch!



To pre-register:

Babies must be 4 weeks to 6 months with permission from baby’s physician. Please bring your own massage oils: Grapeseed, Almond, or other natural oils. Note class size is limited to optimize your learning and enjoyment. Couples welcome. Pre-registration is required.

Price Qty
Infant Massage Sept 17 to Oct 8show details + $65.00 (USD)  

Contact Pamm Klieman at 805-258-9225 or email for questions or concerns. After registration you will receive an introductory email with further details. I am so looking forward to meeting you and your little one!


About Pamela Klieman, CAPPA Postpartum Doula

I am a certified CAPPA (Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association) Postpartum Doula with certifications in Lactation Education and Consulting (CLEC) and Infant Massage. I am Nurturing Parent Educator as well, with graduate and post graduate studies in Pre & Perinatal Psychology. As an activist in the Ventura County birth community, I initiated many of the most progressive practices in hospital settings today and have provided over a 1000 hours of birth education, labor and postpartum support for friends, family and community members, including military families of the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC). At NBVC I reenergized the Navy’s New Parent Support Program, and received national recognition for marketing strategies and innovative program development. I am so pleased to be able to continue my work in a Doula capacity!

My 2 children are grown now and I am a Grammy of 4 girls, 0-12 years of age and an Auntie of 6! My quest to share my expertise on postpartum, newborn communication, baby care, and breast, bottle and feeding and more. I am especially passionate about empowering new mothers and their families, to find their groove and live it.


“The beginning is the most important.” Plato

“As a new mommy, I was a bit nervous about the proper way to massage or even bathe my infant. Fortunately, I came across an online advertisement for Infant Massage at Camarillo Yoga Center. After our introductory class, I gained the much needed confidence to care for my baby’s needs and bond with her through infant massage thanks to the expert and caring leadership of Pamm. I also appreciate the connection made with other mommies and their babies. I immediately incorporated these new infant massage skills during our bath and bed time routine. My baby responded so well; she was a happier, more relaxed baby during what used to be a stressful routine for me. Additionally, she began to sleep better with longer stretches of deep sleep. I am so grateful for the skills Pamm has taught me and the stronger, more positive bond I have with my baby.”

Thank you, Betsy P.

“My husband and I both decided to take the baby massage class so that both of us could bond with our baby. We learned some fun games and songs that we probably would not have learned had we not gone to the class, and my baby loves them! We have incorporated massage into our nighttime routine and this calms our baby down and prepares him for sleep that usually lasts all night (not sure how much the massage plays a role in this, but I will never skip a massage at night, even if it is only 30 seconds long). So whether it is me or my hubby who puts him to bed, my son knows he will get a massage. Another great thing about this class is it gets women together with babies who are about the same age. The women in my class still meet and share baby things months after the class has ended. This class is a must for new moms (and dads)!”

– Shelby, Ryan and baby Tucker

“Thank you so much for all of your help, Tara! I know that your encouragement and knowledge of prenatal yoga helped me so much for the birth of Ismael. I am so grateful for your instruction. I recommend your classes to everyone that is pregnant. And thank you for the baby massage, you are an amazing teacher. I learned so much. The classes helped me to bond with Ismael through the massage. I use it almost every night, it’s part of our bedtime routine. It helps to calm down Ismael.”

– Soraya and baby Ismael