Prenatal Massage is specifically designed for an expecting mother during the second and third trimester. The massage promotes relaxation and circulation while eliminating postural strain due to pregnancy. Using a combination of long-gliding strokes, the nervous system is calmed and circulation is increased. The calming effects of massage during pregnancy can help reduce anxiety and overall stress to enhance the state of well-being. Our Prenatal Massage oil is customized and infused with Lavender essential oil, to promote a deep state of relaxation.
What to expect
Once you have booked the treatment of your choice, you will be able to fill out intake forms online.? We suggest arriving 15 mins prior to your treatment time? Upon arrival for your treatment, you will check in with the front desk and be escorted to our waiting area. Your provider will greet you in the waiting area and walk you to the treatment room. In the treatment room, your provider will review your intake form and do an initial verbal consultation of your overall health and treatment goals. This is done in the treatment room to fully respect your privacy and keep your information confidential. After your treatment goals are established, the therapist will provide an explanation of the overall session. The provider will step out of the room to ensure your privacy as you undress, to your comfort level, and get on the table. The provider will enter when you are ready and proceed with the session. The session will involve flowing, rhythmic massage techniques in a sideline position. When the session has come to an end, the therapist will inform you and step out of the room for you to get dressed. The provider will be waiting for you outside the room, to follow up and escort you to the front desk. At this time, you will check out with the option to book your next appointment.
A Prenatal Massage can be booked for 50 minutes and 80 minutes.
Product & Ingredients
Grapeseed oil infused with Lavender essential oil0
Pregnancy during the second and third trimester / Increase relaxation / Reduce fatigue / Relieve muscle strain / Increase sense of well-being / Reduce inflammation / Light to medium pressure.
Pregnancy in the first trimester / High risk pregnancy / Fever / Severe headache / Swelling of hands or face /Pelvic cramping, pain or bleeding /Placenta Previa, placenta abruption / Preeclampsia /Regular uterine contractions before 37 weeks / Diabetes mellitus / Cardia, liver or renal disorders / History of blood clots / History of hypertension / Contagious skin rashes / Contagious viral infections such as a cold /Contagious bacterial infections / Contagious fungal infection / Accident within 72 hours/ Taking pain medication /Drug and Alcohol intake /Surgery within 72 hours (may require Physicians note)
Pregnancy Massage is a soothing and relaxing massage. Following the massage, you may feel tired or light-headed. It is suggested to relax and not do strenuous activity following your massage. Remember your body is working for two. After receiving any massage, you should drink plenty of water and if you feel tired, rest. Your body was in a relaxed state for an hour or more. During a massage, blood is circulated through your system removing toxins at an accelerated pace. Drinking water is important to avoid dehydration. Dehydration can contribute to headaches, dizziness, and nausea. Follow up with your provider for further concerns and questions.