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Prenatal / Postnatal Massage ($90–120)

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Prices

60 minute session:
$90

75 minute session:
$105

90 minute session:
120

Treatment Information

Pregnancy is a time of many physical and emotional changes. Massage therapy is wonderfully beneficial for both mom and baby. Prenatal massage shares many of the goals of regular massage ­– to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But it’s also tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and therapists who are trained in prenatal massage adjust their techniques accordingly.

For your comfort you will be supported in a side-lying position with multiple pillows propping up your body so that you can deeply relax.

Carrying a baby inside you changes your center of gravity and puts a lot of stress on your back, neck, abdominal muscles, and shoulders.  Let us offer you relief of sore muscles, don’t forget about how good a thorough foot massages feels.

A trained prenatal massage therapist knows where a pregnant woman’s sore spots are likely to be and may be able to provide some relief. (She’ll also know which areas and techniques to avoid.) Still, it’s important to communicate with her and tell her where you need attention. Let her know right away if anything during the massage – including your positioning – is causing you any discomfort.

Prenatal massage:
Regular prenatal massage will help you relax and helps to relieve insomnia, joint pain, neck and back pain, leg cramps and sciatica. Additionally, it can reduce swelling in hands and feet, as well as headaches and sinus congestion.
* Done after the 1st trimester
** Because every pregnancy is different, we require that all of our pregnant guests consult with their doctor prior to scheduling a prenatal massage.

Benefits:
Improves circulation, takes some strain off your muscles and joints, improves sleep, keeps your lymphatic system working at peak performance, reduces hormonal stress and relaxes your mind and body.

Postnatal massage:
Promotes relaxation and emotional support. Alleviates muscle strain/fatigue of labor and birth. Rebalances pelvis and restores abdominal structures.Facilitates healing from cesarean birth. Opens the shoulders and reduces back pain
* Done 6-8 weeks after delivery.