Treatments Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage

Is this treatment for you? Yes, if you are experiencing muscle aches and pain, swelling and fatigue or just the simple need to relax and enjoy your pregnancy and subsequent birth.

Having a massage during pregnancy is a safe and beautiful experience for women in their second or third trimester, or have recently given birth. It provides a level of relaxation which is often desired by mothers-to-be but is usually quite challenging to attain with the demands pregnancy can have on a woman’s body.

Pregnancy Massage at Laura's Touch

Pregnancy Massage at Laura’s Touch

This deeply soothing and relaxing treatment will help prepare the whole body for birth and address the physiological changes and discomfort attributed to carrying and bringing new life into the world. Regular pregnancy massage can help relief neck and back pains, cramping, sciatica, and ease pressure on joints. If you’re experiencing fatigue and insomnia, the deeply soothing long, slow light strokes of this massage will help you to relax, focus and enjoy the remaining weeks of your pregnancy.

Not only will the mother benefit from this massage but research has shown that stress experienced by the mother can also have an effect on the unborn baby. The chemical release of oxytocin and prolactin during the massage has an indirect relaxing effect on the unborn baby.

Treatment will be carried out with the mother on her side throughout the treatment so as not to compress the umbilical vein and to ensure there is no restriction to the baby’s oxygen and nutrients.

This treatment will be specifically tailored to individual needs.

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Pregnancy Massage at Laura's Touch

Pricing plans:

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Massage is an holistic therapy as it treats the whole person psychologically and physiologically. It can help to relax the body and reduce the effects of stress by the manipulation of soft tissue of the body, which is beneficial for all of the body’s systems.

Benefits include but are not limited to:

Increased and improved circulation

Alleviate muscle pain and tension

Free trapped nerves

Allow the spine and joints to relax into alignment

Improve sleep patterns

Boost your immune system

Reduce anxiety

Improve digestion

Hydrating and nourishing dry skin

Improve the lymphatic system.