Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage

Back, Neck & Shoulder

£22.00

A gentle and relaxing back, neck & shoulder pregnancy massage using grapeseed oil to help ease aching muscles.

  • Suitable from 13 weeks. Please check with your Midwife/ Doctor that they are happy for you to receive a massage treatment prior to booking.
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Full Body

£33.00

A gentle and relaxing massage of the back, neck, arms, legs, face and abdomen (if you wish) to help relax the body and relieve aches and pains. This treatment is performed with mum-to-be lying on her side and using pillows and bolsters to ensure maximum comfort throughout the treatment.

  • Suitable from 13 weeks. Please check with your Midwife/ Doctor that they are happy for you to receive a massage treatment prior to booking.
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About Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage can emotionally and physically support a woman when her body is undergoing many changes. It can help to alleviate aches and pains and other common health problems associated with pregnancy.

Benefits of Massage during pregnancy are:

  • Stimulates Circulation.
  • Helps with lymphatic drainage.
  • Helps with sluggish bowel movements.
  • Releases any muscular tension in the upper back, shoulders, lower back and hips, helping to ease the discomfort of sciatica and Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) that is often caused by postural change and hormones.
  • Increases energy levels and brings about a sense of well being.
  • Helps with deep relaxation and relieves emotional stress and anxiety.
  • Keeps skin supple and elastic.

After-Care for Pregnancy Massage

  • You may feel relaxed and sleepy after your treatment, take care if you are driving or working.
  • Keep warm as massage and relaxation treatments can make you feel more sensitive to the cold.
  • Drink plenty of water after your treatment to rehydrate your body, reduce fatigue and to help eliminate toxins from your body.
  • Try to avoid eating a heavy meal, eat light for the rest of the day to allow your body to concentrate on the natural healing and encourage detoxification.
  • Sometimes people experience some tenderness for 24 hours or so after a massage. If you do feel a little sore, do some light gentle stretches or take a warm bath. Remember to tell your therapist about your experience so that it can be taken into consideration in your next session.