Pregnancy massage is a massage therapy specifically tailored to your needs, it is safe and available to you once you've have had your 12 week scan.
I use a special pregnancy massage cushion, which allows you to lie
comfortably on your front during your pregnancy, as you have chest and
pelvic support. My clients have told me how wonderfully relaxing and
comfortable they find it!
Proper positioning ensures your comfort and safety of both you and your baby.
many benefits of pregnancy massage is reduced stress levels, decreased
swelling/oedema in arms and legs and relieves aches and pains in
muscles and joints. Also, it is a great aid to promote a restful sleep
and help relieve symptoms of pregnancy related insomnia, especially
during the last trimester.
a popular complementary therapy during pregnancy for back pain, when
choices for pain relief, such as medication, are often limited.
only can pregnancy massage be physically beneficial, but the human
touch can be comforting and provide emotional support during your
pregnancy and preparation for giving birth. Pregnancy massage therapy
has also been found to reduce anxiety and depression.
Aromatherapy essential oils suitable for use during your pregnancy are also used if required, which
are a huge benefit during pregnancy, and can be a great benefit if you a
suffering morning sickness, stretch marks and also enhances the
benefits of massage.
Testimonial - "I
had a massage with Paula when I was about 36 weeks pregnant. I had
been suffering with a lot of back pain and was finding it quite
uncomfortable to sleep. Paula made me feel very welcome and relaxed and
made sure that I was completely comfortable before she started my
massage. The massage lasted for an hour and was absolutely amazing. I
felt so relaxed, that I even fell asleep at one point! For the weeks
following my treatment, my back ache was relieved and I slept so much
better. I would definitely recommend Paula to any pregnant lady to
relieve any aches and pains or just as a special treat." - Beth M -
Walton on Thames