Relieve the common discomforts of pregnancy and recover after baby is here with a soothing massage. During pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period your body works more than ever before. Massage can reduce stress, relax your tired muscles and rejuvenate you.
Our licensed massage therapist has an additional certification in prenatal and infant massage therapy. She provides in-home massage services to best accommodate your full life.
Postpartum massage has many benefits to help you recover both mentally and physically. A comforting postpartum massage will help reduce aches and pains from delivery and help to balance hormones. Caring for a newborn after labor and birth is joyous but also exhausting. A massage can help relieve fatigue and decrease stress hormones, promoting relaxation and better sleep. Since massage relaxes your mind and body it can also promote a healthy milk supply.
You can begin massage therapy in the postpartum period whenever you are comfortable. Postpartum massage includes consideration for sore abdomen or breasts and can be adjusted to ensure your comfort for the duration of your treatment.
OUR MASSAGE THERAPIST
Our licensed massage therapist has 15 years of experience caring for women in their childbearing years. She is also a board certified lactation consultant with a bachelors degree in midwifery.
All prenatal and postpartum massages are 50 minutes in length. Services are exclusively provided in the comfort of your home to assure you a safe, calm and therapeutic experience. Contact us to get your massage scheduled!
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