Pre and Perinatal Massage Therapy

Prenatal Massage-$75 For an Hour, $110 For an Hour and a Half

A full body, prenatal massage that aids in the overall well-being of the soon-to-be mother providing a full-body focus on common problem areas including but not limited to: low back, pelvis, sciatic pain and foot massage. Organic massage oil is used to nourish stretching skin while providing a medium to provide a relaxing, therapeutic, or combination massage as requested by the client. 

Birth Preparation Massage-$120 For an Hour and a Half Massage

A unique experience for expectant mothers in the last stages of pregnancy (37 weeks and on) with an intention to prime the body for childbirth. Special detail to acupressure points are administered while aromatherapy circulates the room. A full body massage, this will work to provide both comfort for the mother while supporting the lengthening of muscle needed to birth. Organic massage oil is used to nourish stretching skin throughout this process. Special request may be made for an hour massage but this is generally recommended in hour and a half sessions.

Postpartum Massage-$75 For an Hour, $110 For an Hour and a Half

A full body massage that provides needed relief from tense muscles for new mothers. Special focus on the abdominal walls supports the body’s natural healing and realigning. Massage also addresses postural imbalances that occur during the 40 weeks of pregnancy and works with muscles to reeducate proper positioning. Organic massage oil is used to nourish the skin throughout this process. This massage is recommended up to 6 weeks postpartum. For those who have underwent a C-Section, it is recommended usually two weeks postpartum when the incision heals, or when a doctor releases you for massage. 


**Essential Oils are used throughout all massages on an as-needed basis with proper clearance from each individual client. Please disclose prior to your massage if any health concerns or known sensitivities to essential oils are present. I will always ask before applying any essential oils to the skin, however, aromatherapy is generally present during massages unless otherwise requested. It is also important to note I am not a certified Aromatherapist and do not profess to that standard. All essential oils are used solely for the enhancement of the massage experience.