Becoming a very pregnant person comes with many bodily changes. With the changes there is often discomforts. Massage is helpful to alleviate many of the bodily aches and pains.
I have researched and collected information to create a brief eight-page booklet to help with the changing body’s discomforts. This booklet also includes information on posture and stretching while pregnant. The booklet is available at my clinic and click here: How to Alleviate Pregnancy Discomforts.
If you are looking for instructions on kegel exercises or perineum massage and stretches, both are available in the Labour Massage booklet.
Prenatal Massage Benefits:
Decreases stress levels that may decrease the possibility of preterm labour and delivery.
Promote circulation of blood and lymph.
Alleviate varicose vein pain.
Lower blood pressure.
Reduce pain of muscles and joints.
My training in advanced pregnancy massage was with a very knowledgeable instructor that learned her material from the massage therapist that wrote the book on pregnancy massage, Carole Osborne-Sheets.
Your massage session at my clinic will be specific to your needs. I will use the specific training for pregnancy massage and all the modalities that I have learned to make your massage a health supporting moment for momma and child.
Have a look at blog category pregnancy.
Many blessings of peace and health for your pregnancy
Kim Deering, Massage Therapist