Spa Care for Moms-to-Be
Attention moms-to-be, we have good news! Prenatal massage can help to relieve back pain, improve sleep, and boost mood, as well as decrease stress and reduce labor complications. Prenatal massage is best given while you lie on your side propped up by pillows. Neck and shoulder massage is a safe sitting-up option, as well. Be sure to always check with your doctor before booking your appointment!
Whole Foods’ Whole Body: Health & Safety for Mom & Baby
As a part of Whole Foods’ Whole Body™ program, it's created a pocket guide on how to Be Good to Your Whole Baby™ for expectant mothers!
Know Before You Go
Prenatal and postnatal massage can be just what an expectant or new mother needs. When choosing a prenatal massage therapist, clients should ensure that their practitioner has had extensive experience practicing massage on pregnant women. No two women's pregnancy pains are identical, so experienced prenatal massage therapists cater to the specific needs of each client. Many therapists have special chairs or tables designed for pregnant clients, specifically tables that are scooped out in the belly. Again, contact your doctor before treatments.
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