Pregnancy massage – helps you enjoy your pregnancy
Pregnancy Massage is a gentle, nurturing treatment which can help alleviate many of the symptoms and conditions associated with pregnancy.
During this amazing time of physical and emotional change, massage can be of enormous benefit to both mother and baby.
Massage during pregnancy helps alleviate:
- muscle tension
- muscle spasm and cramping
- sciatic pain
- back, neck and should discomfort caused by hormonal and postural changes
It can also help improve:
- quality of sleep
- reduce headaches
- relieve heartburn
- balance mood-swings and depression
Benefits for mother and baby:
Studies show that women who receive regular massages have fewer complications during their pregnancy and labour. Their babies are more settled and content, suffering fewer baby ailments. Although pregnancy is a wonderful time, many changes take place in the mother’s body which can put strain and pressure on the joints, ligaments and organs causing pain and discomfort. Regular pregnancy massages can help relieve these aches and pains. Research also shows that the baby can greatly benefit from massage as endorphins (feel good hormones) are released by the mother during the massage which are passed to the baby.
One hour £50 With extra work for hip and lower back pain £60
“Absolute bliss. I forgot all the aches and pains and niggles of being pregnant. They just disappeared. I feel completely relaxed and in safe hands with Sharon. She has a healing touch and tailored the massage to suit my specific problem areas.”
Nadia Nasr. Cheadle. August 2016
I’m 7 months pregnant and have been suffering from really bad pelvic and hip pain. I have had two pregnancy massages so far from Sharon and cannot believe how much they helped. Even the first treatment really reduced the pain by about 80%!
Sharon focused on my problem areas and really listened to where I said I had pain. I really felt I was getting my money’s worth as she targeted the pain and has helped relieve it! Thank you so much Sharon!
Salma Bibi. Cheadle January 2018