Pregnancy massages are becoming recognised as a go-to treatment for expectant mothers. The aim? To relieve weight-bearing areas, provide energy and leave you feeling lighter and brighter.
Mother to be and her bump £45
The ultimate indulgence for you and your precious bump! This relaxing treatment offers a carefully tailored experience for the expectant mum. A nourishing and conditioning power pack is applied and left to do its magic whilst you enjoy a targeted massage from your qualified therapist. This is also suitable for post-pregnancy to help with the condition of the skin and treatment of stretch marks. Not suitable for clients with soya intolerance.
Pregnancy massage £45
Back, shoulder, scalp, feet and ankles. A safe and relaxing massage which is completely tailored to the aches and pains associated with pregnancy with your qualified therapist. Drift away and enjoy.
Targeted pregnancy massage £30
Choose the targeted area to concentrate on and leave the rest to us. A safe and relaxing massage which is completely tailored to the aches and pains associated with pregnancy with your qualified therapist.
Pregnancy back massage with luxurious foot treatment £50
Providing a safe and tension busting back massage followed by a nourishing foot treatment will give your feet the attention they deserve. Foot scrub, hot oil, heated boots, foot and leg massage, finishing off with Dermalogica® hydrating cream.
Pregnancy massage with deluxe spa pedicure £65
Commencing with a luxurious Dermalogica® foot soak, skin exfoliation, cuticles, hard skin removal, heated booties, massage, completing this treat with your choice of colour or nails buff polished. Paradise for the soul!
This complementary therapy works on reflex points in the feet helping maintain the body’s natural equilibrium. This therapy encourages the body to work naturally to restore its own healthy balance. Suitable for clients who are pregnant (after 12 weeks). Recommended a minimum of three treatments.
Reflexologists will NOT give you a diagnosis and the treatment should be used to ‘complement’ your conventional medical treatment. It promotes relaxation, encourages the busy body to balance itself and so aid healing and well being.
Reflexology is not a substitute for medical treatment.