NurtureMe is an In-home based practice where new mums are nurtured through pregnancy massage and guided by a team of qualified women before and after the birth of their baby. Through groups sessions and
one-on-one appointments, new mums are supported early in their parenting journey to ensure they are confident, connected and empowered about being a mum.
The owner and Founder of NurtureMe Deb Sirone, studied in Sydney and started her business 27 years ago. Her massage therapy
focusing mainly on the nurturing of new mothers through Pregnancy Massage and instructing the parents in Baby Massage program after the birth.
Deb is a qualified massage therapist with a Diploma of Remedial Massage specialising in Pregnancy Massage and has a unique custom designed pregnancy massage table. She’s also a qualified Infant Massage Instructor with the nationally accredited International Association of Infant Massage and teaches "The First Touch" Program to mums, dads and caregivers both in private or class sessions. She has a team of amazing qualified women such as Linda Rayment (Lactation consultant), Jen Milligan(Midwife)and Ingrid Clarke( Doula,) a midwife and postnatal Doula team who work over and above to ensure the parents are supported. Also not forgetting Peter Taaffe who does 3D/4D Ultrasounds like no other. Families love his fun nature and the abilities to have the grandparents and siblings attend so that everyone can enjoy the first glimpse together.
Deb has been instructing Baby Massage Classes for over 25 years and has a great deal of experience in the field of improving the bonding and communication between parent and child. Interwoven into the course is the expert advice from other professionals who support mums with post natal care, Lactation or Settling their baby.
Deb was the first on the Central Coast to establish a post natal Baby Massage Program in a hospital, starting at North Gosford Private Hospital and was the instructor for 2 years and the program is still continuing. She has delivered programs for Women’s Health, Burnside and C4C 2261 Project with the Benevolent Society on the Central Coast and has given “in-services” for nursing staff at Tresillian in Sydney.