Prenatal Massage

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Prenatal Massage

Massage Therapy Prices:
60 minutes $125, 75 minutes $145, 90 minutes $165

Prenatal massage, also known as pregnancy massage, is a specialized form of therapy tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies. Trained prenatal massage therapists use techniques that are safe and effective for pregnant women, often using special pillows or tables designed to accommodate a pregnant woman’s body.

Here are some of the benefits of prenatal massage:

Reduced Stress and Anxiety:

Prenatal massage can help reduce stress and promote relaxation by releasing endorphins into the mother’s body. The soothing effect of the massage can also help alleviate anxiety and depression associated with hormonal changes during pregnancy.

Pain Relief:

It can be effective in relieving common pregnancy-related discomforts, such as lower back pain, neck and shoulder tension, or leg swelling. Prenatal massage can provide significant relief by focusing on areas of the body that are particularly strained during pregnancy.

Improved Circulation:

The massage techniques used in prenatal massage can enhance blood circulation, which benefits both mother and baby. Improved circulation can help reduce swelling (edema), which is common in the feet and ankles during pregnancy.

Better Sleep:

Many pregnant women find that regular prenatal massages help improve their sleep quality. The relaxation and stress relief provided by the massage can make it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep.

Enhanced Muscle Function and Flexibility:

Prenatal massage can help keep the muscles flexible and strong, which is crucial as a woman’s body goes through significant changes to accommodate the growing baby. This can also be beneficial during labor and delivery.

Reduced Nerve Pain:

Pregnancy can cause pressure on the nerves in the pelvic area, leading to conditions such as sciatic nerve pain. Prenatal massage can help alleviate this pain by releasing the tension in nearby muscles.

Hormone Regulation:

Studies have shown that prenatal massage can help regulate hormone levels associated with relaxation and stress. This hormonal balance can lead to fewer complications during birth and better overall health for the baby.

It’s important to consult with a healthcare provider before beginning any new therapeutic practice during pregnancy, including prenatal massage. Pregnant women should seek out a massage therapist who has training and experience in prenatal massage to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the treatment. Also, certain pregnancy conditions or complications may contraindicate massage therapy, so it’s crucial to have open communication with both the healthcare provider and the massage therapist.