Pregnancy Massage

By: Jennifer Lamb Massage  03-Sep-2011
Keywords: Massage, Back Pain, Massage Therapy

PREGNANCY MASSAGE helps to relieve the various muscular tensions and pain often experienced by expectant mothers, due to the multitude of physical changes a woman’s body undergoes during pregnancy. Whilst special care must be taken during the first trimester, Pregnancy Massage may be applied throughout the entire pregnancy to treat, as well as assist in prevention of: muscular cramps, chronic muscle tension, lower back pain, and peripheral swelling. Additionally, the application of special pregnancy-safe essential oils from the 2nd trimester provides additional nurturing support. Pregnancy Massage utilises a combination of Remedial Massage techniques, including Myofascial Release, Orthopaedic Massage and Manual Lymphatic Drainage. It is soothing to the nervous system, helps to relieve stress and may assist in preventing insomnia during pregnancy. Please note: PREGNANCY MASSAGE is available from Jennifer Lamb Massage in sessions of 60 or 90 minutes. (To achieve maximum benefit, allow 90 minutes for a truly blissful experience!)

Keywords: Back Pain, Lymphatic Drainage, Massage, Massage Therapy, Myofascial Release, Neck Pain, Pregnancy Massage, Remedial Massage, Stress, Swedish Massage, Therapeutic Massage

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