Urban Retreat Spa using good quality Massage Oil and skin care products
Massaging the wrong areas or focusing on certain acupressure points may actually trigger uterine contractions in some women. Fortunately massage therapists trained in prenatal massage know exactly what areas to avoid and what areas to focus on to provide pregnant women the most benefits during a massage therapy session. Toward the end of your pregnancy you might consider a prenatal massage to relax you during labor or even help strengthen your contractions!
Foot wash area
I was offered a foot wash before entering the massage room
I was given a robe to change
natural massage bed
The Prenatal Acu-Pressure Massage was for a good measure, the masseur has great technique and used mild pressure, I like! I totally felt pampered and happier in my body & skin after the massage. There's nothing like having someone pamper you to make you feel like a queen for two hours. The best part is, my legs are not clamp at night anymore. Now I can sleep comfortably the whole night! Wee!
Comfortable couch at the waiting area
I was treated a glass of warm ginger tea after my massage
All sort of magazines available at the lounge area
Note: Before signing up for a massage you might check in with your healthcare provider to be sure your doctor approves massage in your condition. It’s advisable to sign up the prenatal massage after your first trimester. Most physicians will gladly recommend a massage, but may recommend the massage therapist avoid massaging your lower back or abdomen.
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