Pregnancy & post natal massage – its benefits.

“Thanks to Jo I just experienced the best pregnancy massage I have ever had. I felt so comfortable as soon as I met Jo and she was so thorough finding out all about my previous pregnancy and current niggles at 33 weeks and was able to tailor the massage accordingly. I was so comfortable throughout and so relaxed I almost fell asleep. I can highly recommend her to everyone and have booked her up for a few more sessions before my due date and will no doubt continue to use her afterwards too!” Joanne, TW3

Once we have been pregnant and given birth, our bodies are post natal. The process that our body goes through is amazing and one that I find fascinating!

Pregnancy changes posture, core integrity, the way we walk, run & exercise. As these changes happen we need to be aware & ensure we are also adapting. More self care is needed! And you deserve it more than ever!



Being pregnant can lead to aches & pain, in some cases conditions such as SPD occur. There are the more common ailments – heartburn, constipation, lower back and neck stiffness. The diagram above shows how our centre of gravity changes due to a growing, beautiful bump!

A regular pregnancy massage can help alivate a lot of these symptoms and more importantly allows you to prepare for the birth.

The post natal period is a time for healing, rest & recovery, massage helps with that process.

I have undertaken additional & advanced training so I have the knowledge & understanding to ensure that you receive a treatment appropriate and effective to your individual needs.

Drop me a note to ask any questions!





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