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prenatal massage

prenatal massage

Research shows that prenatal massage therapy can be a key factor in women’s prenatal care. It can reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains, and improve labor outcomes and newborn health. read more americanpregnancy.org

*Those who are expecting must book a prenatal massage as therapists must be certified. Clients must be at the start of their second trimester or later.

prenatal massage

 

      60 minutes    $85
      90 minutes    $105

series

Looking to pamper yourself or the expectant mother in your life? A series of massages to support joints and tendons and soothe back pain throughout pregnancy is the perfect solution! They never expire and can be used pre- or post-natal.

series of four (4) prenatal relaxation massages

 

      60 minutes    $299

      90 minutes    $379

 

If you would like to purchase more than four at a time, please call us for special pricing.

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This style of massage will reduce discomfort caused by the strain of pregnancy on your body. We have prenatal cushions that will allow you to lay on your stomach even into the third trimester.

Coconut oil can be used to reduce the chance of any skin changes you may experience during pregnancy. We also use side-lying pillows, as the prenatal cushions may become uncomfortable for an extended period of time You will be draped in a sheet only exposing the area being worked on at any given time. When the focus is on prenatal care, it will allow your therapist to spend more time on your feet and other areas that may be experiencing discomfort.

 

Our therapists are trained in side-lying as well as prone or face-down prenatal massage with a prenatal cushion. The cushion is specifically designed to comfortably accommodate women into the third trimester.

*Please note that prenatal massage can only be performed by certified therapists beginning in the second trimester. It is not recommended for those in their first trimester. Deep tissue is also not recommended. However, you can speak with your therapist to have them work on specific areas that are causing pain or discomfort.

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