A pregnancy massage is generally slower and more soothing. Alleviate pains without trying to force your body back to its usual position.
Pregnancy Massage here at Wellbeing is a specialised massage to all the soon to be Mums…
During pregnancy your body is put under a lot of pressure due to the many changes occuring. It is important to us that you feel as comfortable as you can, Pregnancy massages are generally slower and more soothing as we relieve strains and help reduce stress.
By the second trimester, massage will be done with you lying on your side, or on your tummy with the use of our Belly Pillows for extra comfort. Here are some of the ways we assist you:
- Easing neck and back pain
- General body soreness
- Leg cramps
- Aids the circulatory and lymphatic systems
- Improves blood flow
- Helps psychologically and mentally
- Helps maintain good posture
- Helps improve sleeping patterns
What exactly is Pregnancy Massage
Pregnancy massage promotes relaxation, soothes nerves, and relieves strained back and leg muscles in expectant mums. It is a great way to reduce stress and promote overall wellbeing and it is especially beneficial in the second and third trimesters when the extra weight in your belly puts a strain on your back and neck.
Positioning will be different depending on where you are in your pregnancy. By the second trimester, massage will be done with you lying on your side, or on your tummy with the use of our Belly Pillows for extra comfort.
A pregnancy massage is generally slower and more soothing. Due to the crazy changes your body is already experiencing, our job is to alleviate pains without trying to force your body back to its usual position.
Pregnancy Massage purpose & benefits
It eases neck and back pain, leg cramps, headaches, swelling, helps you to keep good posture and relaxes and provides flexibility to birthing muscles.
Prenatal massage provides relaxation by relieving stress on joints and also aids the circulatory and lymphatic systems, which keeps blood flowing to both the mother and the baby.
Postnatal massage is also very beneficial and can help restore your body to its pre-pregnancy condition. It helps relieve neck and back pain you may experience from breast feeding and bending over lifting your new little gift.