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Prenatal Massage

Prenatal Massage is the perfect way to spare yourself from most common issues associated with childbearing. Prenatal Massage helps to alleviate back pain, prevent swelling, decrease tiredness in the feet and prepares you for giving birth. The less tension you have in your body before going into labor the more quicker and easier the process is and the recovering is faster as well.


Before scheduling a massage, consulting with a doctor is mandatory.

How the massage is carried out:

The Prenatal Massage we offer is based on Thai Massage. This means that the massage is done on the ground on a massage mat and through clothes. Prenatal Thai Massage also uses quite a few strecthes. This massage goes through most of the body, using different poses which are comfortable for the soon to be mother. The masseuse uses pillows and a beanbag to achieve maximum comfort.

NB! On the first trimester it is recommended to take massage for a shorter time and only for these women who were active before they got pregnant. 

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Massage is indicated when the woman is healthy and the pregnancy is going as expected. 

Most common issues that you can soothe with a massage:

  • light back pain

  • heavy feeling in the lower back, hips and feet

  • back fatigue

  • feet cramps

  • shoulder and neck tension

  • the feeling of "dead" hands

  • overall stress and fatique

  • sleeping disorders

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High-risk pregnancy and when you should not get a massage without a doctors written approval:

  • mothers under 18 and over 35 years old

  • waiting for more than 1 baby

  • had problems with pregnancy before, miscarriage

  • cervical problems

  • fetuses abnormal heart rate

  • the decrease or absence of fetuses movements

  • the fixation of the fetus

  • presumable Rh-conflict or other genetic problems

  • low gain in weight

  • asthma

  • diabetes

  • heart disease

  • chronically high blood pressure

  • anemia

  • epilepsy, cramps

  • lung or liver disease

  • taking drugs or consuming alcohol

  • insufficient nutrition

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