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Pregnancy is a time of emotional changes, and at Rest, we understand the importance of creating a serene environment where moms-to-be can find relief, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Our therapists are trained in the art of pregnancy massage, ensuring a safe and comfortable experience using special massage techniques for expectant mothers. 

Massage therapy during pregnancy is conducted with utmost care and consideration. We prioritise the well-being of both mother and baby, employing techniques that are gentle, nurturing, and adapted to the specific needs of each trimester. The use of a specialised pregnancy massage table adds an extra layer of comfort, allowing expectant mothers to be positioned with the proper support for the growing belly. 

Our skilled therapists utilise a variety of massage techniques to alleviate common discomforts associated with pregnancy, such as back pain, swelling, and muscle tension. The goal is not only to provide immediate relief from aches and pains but also to contribute to a sense of overall well-being throughout this incredible journey. 

Benefits Of Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy massage is specifically designed to cater to the unique needs of expectant mothers. Massage therapy can help alleviate tension and discomfort in the muscles, providing relief from common pregnancy-related aches and pains, relief from discomfort and promotes overall well-being for expectant mothers through gentle techniques tailored to address the unique physical and emotional challenges of pregnancy.  

What Does Pregnancy Massage Include

Pregnancy massage emphasises the significance of comfortable positioning, with expert therapists utilising supportive cushions and props to ensure the safety and relaxation of expectant mothers during the session, addressing specific concerns and promoting a soothing prenatal experience. Pregnancy massage includes specialised techniques and gentle strokes that cater to the unique needs of expectant mothers, targeting areas of discomfort such as the lower back and hips, promoting relaxation, and enhancing overall prenatal well-being.

Frequently asked questions

  • What is the difference between a deep tissue massage and a regular massage?
    Typically, a deep tissue massage targets the full body to address concerns, commonly related to overuse while a regular aromatherapy massage tends to be focused on relaxation and improving emotional wellbeing
  • How often should I get a deep tissue massage?
    For clients without specific issues, we suggest getting a massage at least once a month to maintain the body's tension levels. A monthly massage contributes to keeping the body in optimal condition. For injuries you can get a massage after the first two to four days of healing as long as the massage therapist understands soft tissue conditions.
  • How long does a deep tissue massage take?
    We offer deep tissue massage appointments with a durationof 60 minutes or 90 minutes.
  • Does deep tissue massage hurt?
    A deep tissue massage is specifically designed for individuals engaged in physical activity or sports, addressing muscle-related issues. Aromatherapy massage primarily uses essential oils to enhance the massage experience. Providing relaxation and stress relief, the focus is on the essential oils for their aromatic and therapeutic properties to enhance relaxation and mood during the massage.
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