Good for Mommy & Baby
Good for Mommy & Baby
At Awindfall, our therapists will take proper care to ensure your comfort.
We may ask you to lay on your side after your second trimester to make your baby comfortable as well.
Reflexology, Swedish Massage, Relaxation Massage and particular massage techniques may be used to address your specific requests and needs.
You are welcome to ask our therapist to focus on specific areas.
Headaches, muscle tension, fatigue, backaches, leg cramps and swelling/edema may all be relieved with Awindfall Prenatal Massage.
If you experience discomfort at any time during your massage, please tell your therapist immediately.
It’s important that always consult with your doctor before having a prenatal massage at Awindfall.
Awindfall Prenatal Massage can not only be relaxing for mommy and baby, but it can also be beneficial for getting rid of knots in the neck and back.
We are here to make sure that you and your baby are safe during the pregnancy, so we do prenatal massage only when you are in your second trimester.
During pregnancy, your body will undergo many changes as it adapts to the growing life inside of you. You will gain weight and your body will grow to accommodate your new baby.
While this is natural and necessary, it can cause some discomfort.
Lower back pain during pregnancy
Severe back pain during pregnancy is a common complaint expressed by many women during pregnancy.
Headache and stiff neck in pregnancy
It’s totally normal for pregnant women to experience headaches and neck pain. Almost every single woman will experience these sharp pains during some point in their pregnancy. They arise through a combination of lifestyle changes, body changes, immobility, hormones, and stress.
Hip and joint pain
Again, it’s because the pregnancy hormone relaxin is living up to its name that many pregnant women experience hip pain in their second or third trimester. Hip pain is usually caused by the loosening of the ligaments holding together the sacroiliac joints, which connect your spine to your pelvis.
Sciatic nerve pain
During pregnancy, you may feel aches and pains in your pelvis and back, but these are unlikely to be related to the sciatic nerve. They are more likely to be caused by pelvic girdle pain (PGP), which is much more common and has some of the same symptoms as sciatica.