Pregnancy Massage - Full Body

Pregnancy Massage - Full Body

Welcome to a sanctuary of comfort and well-being designed exclusively for expectant mothers – our Prenatal Massage experience. At Good Place Clinic & Spa, we understand the unique needs and joys of pregnancy, and our skilled therapists are here to provide a haven of relaxation and relief.

Nurturing the Journey of Motherhood:Step into a space where the focus is on you and the precious life growing within. Our Prenatal Massage is a tailored experience crafted to address the specific needs of expectant mothers, promoting comfort, relaxation, and a deep sense of well-being.

Before scheduling a prenatal massage, it's important to consult with a healthcare provider to ensure that it is safe and suitable, especially for individuals with high-risk pregnancies or specific health concerns.

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Edema and Swelling

Many pregnant individuals experience swelling in the hands, legs, and feet due to fluid retention. Prenatal massage, particularly with gentle lymphatic drainage techniques, can help reduce edema.

Back Pain and Sciatica

As the body changes during pregnancy, back pain and sciatic nerve discomfort are common. Prenatal massage can target these areas to provide relief and improve comfort.

Circulation Improvement

Massage techniques can enhance blood and lymph circulation, helping to reduce swelling and promote a healthier circulatory system.

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Edema Reduction

Address swelling in the hands, legs, and feet through gentle lymphatic drainage.

Muscle Tension Relief

Alleviate discomfort in the back, shoulders, and hips. Stress Reduction: Escape into a realm of tranquility, leaving behind the stresses of daily life.

Emotional Well-being

Promote a positive mood and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

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Relative contraindication

  • Certain Medical Conditions:Pregnant individuals with certain medical conditions, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), clotting disorders, or other serious health concerns, should consult with their healthcare provider before undergoing prenatal massage.
  • Certain Pregnancy Complications:Conditions such as placenta previa, uterine fibroids, or other complications may require medical clearance before receiving a prenatal massage.

Absolute contraindication

  • High-Risk Pregnancy:If a pregnancy is considered high-risk due to complications such as preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, placental abnormalities, or a history of preterm labor, it's essential to seek medical clearance before undergoing a prenatal massage.
  • History of Preterm Labor:Individuals with a history of preterm labor or any previous complications leading to preterm birth should consult with their healthcare provider before receiving a prenatal massage.
  • Severe Hypertension or Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension:Prenatal massage may be contraindicated for individuals with severe hypertension or pregnancy-induced hypertension. Medical clearance is necessary.
  • Severe Swelling:While mild edema is common during pregnancy, individuals experiencing severe or sudden swelling should consult with their healthcare provider before receiving a prenatal massage.
  • Severe Headaches or Migraines:If a pregnant individual is experiencing severe headaches or migraines, especially accompanied by other symptoms, it's important to consult with a healthcare provider before receiving a prenatal massage.
  • Recent Abdominal Trauma or Injury:Individuals who have recently experienced trauma or injury to the abdominal area, including recent surgeries or procedures, should avoid prenatal massage in that specific area without medical clearance.
  • Infections or Fever:If an individual has an active infection, including a fever, prenatal massage should be avoided until the infection is resolved to prevent the spread of pathogens.
  • Less Than 12 Weeks Pregnant:While massage is generally considered safe in later pregnancy, some practitioners may prefer to avoid massages in the first trimester, especially during the first 12 weeks.
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60 min



Course available

Course of 5 + 1 FREE

(SAVE €85.00)

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