Mum to be Packages


pregnancy

Peaceful Pregnancy Package

This package includes (£75):

  • Personalised mini facial with face and scalp massage
  • Full body pregnancy massage (back, neck, shoulders and legs massage)
  • Signature Spa Pedicure (feet exfoliation, nail and cuticle care, feet hydration mask)

Add Healthy Lunch for extra £9.00

 

Mum To Be Pamper Mini Package

This Package Includes (£40):

  • Personalised Mini Facial
  • Face and scalp massage
  • Back, Neck and Shoulders massage

Add Healthy Lunch for extra £9.00

To Book This packages or just pregnancy massage please call 0113 3456039, or text 07482268806

 

What is prenatal massage?

Prenatal massage shares many of the goals of regular massage ­– to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But it’s also tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and Springfield Day Spa trained in prenatal massage therapists  adjust their techniques accordingly.

How do you lie on the table?

Most women find it uncomfortable to lie facedown right from the start of pregnancy because of their tender, swollen breasts. And you can’t lie facedown on a traditional massage table once your belly has started to grow. On the other hand, it’s not a good idea to lie flat on your back either, particularly once you’re past mid-pregnancy, because the weight of your uterus puts too much pressure on the vein that returns blood from your legs to your heart.

For these reasons, you can lie on your side with pillows, wedges, or a full-length body pillow for support.

How can prenatal massage help me?

Carrying a baby inside you changes your center of gravity and puts a lot of stress on your back, neck, abdominal muscles, and shoulders. Pregnancy also relaxes your ligaments, so that your pelvic joints are less stable, and changes your posture, pulling your pelvis forward. Add to that the extra weight you’re carrying and you may find you’ve got an aching lower back.

Springfield Day Spa trained prenatal massage therapist knows where a pregnant woman’s sore spots are likely to be and may be able to provide some relief. (She’ll also know which areas and techniques to avoid.) Still, it’s important to communicate with her and tell her where you need attention. Let her know right away if anything during the massage – including your positioning – is causing you any discomfort.

We know how important it is for a mum-to-be to take time out to relax before the birth. After all, carrying that precious but heavy bump can often take its toll on the body. Discover soothing packages for expectant mums from our exclusive selection. These special treatments are designed to help alleviate the bodily stresses of pregnancy.