One, Three, or Five 60-Minute Prenatal Massages at Pregnancy and Postpartum Therapy Service (Up to 52% Off)

Pregnancy and Postpartum Therapy Service

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Customer Reviews

26 Ratings


· Redeemed August 16, 2017
Great massage!


Monali · 3 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· Redeemed July 17, 2017
While the massage was nice and soothing, if you are conscious about what oils are used on your body, please carry your own oils. The only option I had was baby oil (purchased from dollar store) and castor oil. Also the door is locked, and there is no sign that says you are at the right place. I wasted a lot of massage time in trying to knock / call and find the right office.


Mindy B. ·
Redeemed November 13, 2015
I'm 85 months pregnant and haven't really been comfortable in a couple months After my massage I was relaxed and felt the best I have in months

What You'll Get

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  • One 60-Minute Prenatal Massage
  • Three 60-Minute Prenatal Massages
  • Five 60-Minute Prenatal Massages

Prenatal Massage: Bringing Up Baby, Bringing Down Stress

Massage therapists trained in prenatal massage can help mothers-to-be combat the stresses and discomforts of pregnancy. Check out Groupon’s guide on the ways of soothing both mom and baby.

Sleepless nights, chronic fatigue, anxieties about your child’s health—these well-documented hardships of early parenting can appear well before the baby first crawls out of the stork’s bundle. Prenatal massage—also known as pregnancy massage—attempts to offset these symptoms with gentle strokes designed to benefit mother and child alike. In the hands of a licensed massage therapist, this specialized modality can minimize the physical tolls of pregnancy as well as the stresses of meeting a rigid nine-month deadline.

To ensure comfort for the mother and safety for the baby, prenatal therapists tend to rely on one of two positioning methods. Some position clients on their side, cushioning the hips and belly with soft pillows. Others use special maternity pillows or a massage table with belly-accommodating cutouts so that the client can comfortably lie on her stomach. Regardless of the positioning, therapists generally favor the light pressures and gliding strokes of Swedish massage for their ability to relieve the stresses on weight-bearing joints without making extra-sensitive pressure points uncomfortable. These techniques are often used in conjunction with deep-breathing exercises to stabilize the frequently overloaded circulatory system and help stress hormones subside.

Although massage is just one piece of the prenatal health picture, in one particular case it might indeed be a replacement for traditional medicine—as an alternative to pain medication, which may be off-limits during pregnancy. And if a patient finds prenatal massage helpful, she might even consider extending its benefits into the delivery room. A 2011 study found that women receiving regular massage from their trained partners during labor reduced their labor time by an average of three hours while experiencing a significant drop in pain.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Must sign waiver. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Postpartum massage and pregnancy massage must be scheduled and performed over two separate visits. Valid only on Sundays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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