Pregnancy Massage: 75mins – Cost: £40
Pregnancy Back Massage: 45mins – Cost: £25
Leg and Foot Massage: 45mins – Cost: £25
Woodhall Well Being may require consent from your midwife or GP prior to massage treatment if there have been any complications during pregnancy.
Pregnancy Treatments are only carried after the first Trimester and on the provision that no contraindications to treatment are present.
A range of nurturing treatments adapted to each stage of pregnancy after the first trimester to help relax mother and baby.
A specially adapted full body, face and scalp massage using organic essential oils of mandarin and spearmint to condition and strengthen the skin. Massage is helpful to relieve many minor ailments associated with pregnancy, general aches and pains, swollen ankles, poor circulation, and anxiety.
Only essential oils known to be safe during pregnancy are used.
Pregnancy Back Massage
A relaxing massage that focuses on the back neck and shoulders to help reduce muscular tension and joint discomfort. A blissful scalp massage is optional if required to further ease tension and anxiety.
Leg and Foot Massage
A Luxurious massage treatment especially for the Legs and feet incorporating reflexology points and Lymphatic drainage. By increasing the circulation and stimulating the lymph system tired aching legs, muscle cramps and restless legs can be relieved. An application of organic cooling and soothing leg and foot gel will leave you feeling like your walking on air.
Massage can help to relieve many minor ailments experienced during pregnancy;
- Improves circulation
- Relieves aching, restless legs
- Reduces water retention
- Maintains muscle tone
- Induces relaxation promoting better sleep
- Enhances sleep
- Increases energy levels
- Aids digestion
- Reduces stress and anxiety
- Nourishes the skin
This massage is specially adapted to make the treatment as comfortable as possible, with a seated or side lying position used in order to massage the back.
A full consultation will be given before massage is applied to ascertain any possible contra-indications. The main contra-indications being: threatened miscarriage, early labour, multiple pregnancy, placental dysfunction, pre-eclampsia, and diabetes.