Prenatal Massage

Massage therapy during the child-bearing year can make a huge difference for the mother-to-be and the child in utero. In an NIH study published in 2010, subjects in the massage group reported less general pain, lower cortisol levels, lower rates of prematurity, and labors which were on average 3 hours less than those who did not receive massage during pregnancy! We recommend scheduling pre-natal massage with the same frequency that an expectant mother would see an OB/GYN.

Our massage therapists are state licensed, nationally board-certified, bound by a code of ethics and keep up with their continuing education to retain their certification status and licensure.