Prenatal Massage Therapy

As your body changes through pregnancy, a prenatal massage can help you relax and reduce levels of stress hormones in the body. The soft, light touch of this technique will help you appreciate how your body is adapting to bring new life into this world. It will also help to improve your joints, muscles, circulation, and help reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Of note, prenatal massages should only be performed after your first trimester and while you are physically healthy. We recommend you consult with a Physician before scheduling an appointment if you are suffering from other symptoms or have developed a condition during your pregnancy.

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Prenatal Massage

"I started seeing Yvonne for prenatal massages early in my pregnancy of 2020. She was absolutely wonderful; she listened to my preferences for the days I wanted a relaxation massage and also use a greater pressure on days I needed deep tissue. She resolved many of my pregnancy related pains and made my 3rd trimester a breeze as I would start seeing her weekly until delivery. I continue to see her regularly for maintenance!"

— Kailey K.

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In order to enjoy the effective benefits of massage therapy, we recommend it be performed on a consistent basis. 

Headaches/Migraines • Neck (cervical) pain • Mid-back (thoracic) pain • Low back (lumbar) pain • Herniated discs • Degenerative disc disease • Torticollis • Shoulder pain • Elbow pain • Wrist pain • Hip pain • Knee pain • Ankle pain Joint stiffness

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