full-body massage

Mother-to-be full-body massage is a special type of massage that is designed to relieve the common discomforts and stress of pregnancy. A mother-to-be full-body massage is performed by a prenatal massage therapist who uses gentle techniques and special pillows to support the mother’s body and baby. The massage can last from an hour, depending on the mother’s preference and needs. A mother-to-be full-body massage is a safe and effective way to pamper yourself and your baby during this special time.

A mother-to-be full-body massage can help to relieve many of the common discomforts associated with pregnancy, such as back pain, leg cramps, and swelling. It can also help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, and promote overall well-being.

Yes, it is generally safe to get a mother-to-be full-body massage during pregnancy. However, it is important to make sure that the massage therapist is trained in prenatal massage and that they are aware of any medical conditions or complications that you may have.

The best time to get a mother-to-be full-body massage is usually after the first trimester. However, it is always best to consult with your doctor or midwife before getting a massage to make sure that it is safe for you and your baby.

Mother-to-be Reflexology

Mother-to-be Reflexology is a type of massage therapy that focuses on the feet and lower legs of pregnant women. It aims to promote relaxation, reduce stress, improve blood circulation, and balance the hormonal system.

Mother-to-be Reflexology can help with common pregnancy complaints such as nausea, fatigue, back pain, swelling, insomnia, and mood swings. It can also prepare the body for labor and delivery by easing tension and enhancing uterine function.

Mother-to-be reflexology is generally considered to be safe for pregnant women. However, it is important to talk to your doctor before starting any new treatment during pregnancy, including reflexology.
Mother-to-be reflexology should not be painful. If you experience any pain, let the therapist know and they will adjust the pressure accordingly.

Reflexology is generally considered safe during pregnancy and is not intended to induce labor. However, certain reflex points are believed to be associated with the reproductive system, and it’s crucial to inform your reflexologist about your pregnancy to ensure they avoid specific points that may stimulate uterine contractions.

Mother-to-be Bikini wax

For expectant mothers, we offer intimate waxing treatments designed to help you feel calm and comfortable before your due date. Some women find waxing during pregnancy to be more painful than usual, but our expert therapists can minimize this discomfort with our treatments specifically for expecting mothers.

Generally, it is considered safe to get a bikini wax during pregnancy, but it’s advisable to avoid waxing during the first trimester when your skin may be more sensitive. Always communicate with your esthetician about your pregnancy and any specific concerns.

Pregnancy hormones can affect the sensitivity of the skin, so you may experience increased sensitivity during waxing.

It’s generally safe to get a bikini wax close to your due date, but some women prefer to avoid it in the final weeks of pregnancy due to increased sensitivity or discomfort.