Is pregnancy massage dangerous? No. Massage during a normal pregnancy supports a healthy pregnancy. Not all massage therapists or spas who offer pregnancy massage have training or experience, and if you have had one of those massages, you might be disappointed. Specialisation makes a huge difference. Of course, if you have any concerns, you should have a chat with your midwife or consultant before booking.
How often should I get a massage? As often as you like. Some clients like to come weekly, some once a month. You know your body and how you feel. If you're achy, give me a ring.
How can pregnancy massage help? It will help you feel good, hurt less, and sleep better. It helps relieve pain in your neck, back, shoulders, hips, legs, and feet. You'll feel happier. It's a no-brainer, really.
How will I lie on the massage table? On your side, supported by cushions, and slightly elevated like the queen you are. I don't have one of those silly tables with holes cut in for your belly and your breasts. They don't provide any support and they're not comfortable.
What if I have to cancel? Please try to give as much notice as possible. Your payment will be banked for a later date.
Will I be covered up during my treatment? Yes. I use draping, so only the area I'm working on will be uncovered.
I have a specific area of concern. Can we just work on that? Yes. Your treatment is about meeting your needs and providing you with the best possible outcome. If you have pain in your neck and shoulders (for example), I can work on that area for the duration of your treatment.
Wednesday through Saturday. By appointment only.
No walk-ins or same-day appointments. For Saturday appointments, please ring. Regrettably, I cannot see new male clients unless they have been referred by an existing client. Please note that if you cancel with less than 24 hours' notice, you will be required to pay 50% of the cost of your session.