Pregnancy and Baby Massage(1 Post)
I am a qualified Massage Therapist practising various kind of massage (including Pregnancy Massage and Baby Massage) all in the comfort of your own home around the London area.
Benefits of Massage
* easing muscular strain by flushing out toxins
* improving circulation by increasing oxygen flow in the blood
...* helping to keep ligaments and tendons supple
* stimulating the nervous system
* reducing emotional and physical stress.
Benefits of Pregnancy Massage include:
* Tranquil relaxation and reduce stress.
* Relief from muscle cramps, spasms, and myofascial pain, especially in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs.
* Increase in blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling.
* Reduces stress on weight-bearing joints.
* Improves outcome of labor and eases labor pain.
* Enhances the pliability of skin and underlying tissues.
* Provides support for the new mother with physical and emotional strains of mothering.
Baby Massage Instructor - Teaching parents/carers how to massage their babies.
* Baby massage can be a good thing for both parent and child because:
* It's a good bonding experience - a good way for you and your baby to get to know each other and to spend a bit of quality time together.
* Studies have suggested that physical contact is good for babies, improving their breathing, circulation, digestion and growth.
* It provides a good source of sensory and muscle stimulation which is beneficial to all babies.
*Baby massage is even claimed to combat postnatal depression in mothers, according to a BBC News Report on baby massage and post-natal depression.
*It relaxes both parent and child.
*It's fun for both of you.
Baby Massage can be booked for a group of parents wishing to learn how to massage their babies or for private instruction.
I also do
Deep Tissue Massage
Indian Head Massage
Hot Stones Massage
Gift vouchers are also avaliable if you would like to give someone the gift of massage.
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