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All of our pregnancy massage therapists have been hand-picked and tested for their magical hands and expertise. This ensures we can provide the highest quality and personalised pregnancy massage for our clients, combining comfort with results.

Pregnancy massage: what to know

  • A pregnancy massage is a specially adapted style of massage. It’s a gentle and soothing massage that’s tailored specifically for the mother-to-be.
  • There are different massage techniques that can be drawn on by your expert massage therapist. Typically, deeper tissue techniques will be avoided in a pregnancy massage, and more gentle techniques will be used.
  • Pregnancy massages are safe, and listed by the NHS as a complementary therapy that can be used during pregnancy.
  • Generally, it’s advised to avoid having a pregnancy massage in your first trimester, especially if you have a history of miscarriages.
  • It’s also best to avoid a pregnancy massage if you’re suffering particularly badly with vomiting or nausea, or if you are considered at high-risk of placental abruption or premature labour.
  • The benefits of a pregnancy massage include: mind and body relaxation, reduced anxiety, and amongst other things, bonding with your baby.
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How should I prepare for my mobile pregnancy massage?

We always advise having a hot shower or bath before your pregnancy massage. This can help you to relax your muscles before treatment begins.

We want your experience to be as relaxing as possible. Therefore, we would recommend that our mobile massage therapist sets up in a room that is private and warm. It’s important to make sure that you have space for the massage bed, which is 6ft long and 2ft wide.

Your therapist will bring everything else for your home pregnancy massage treatment, including a massage table, towels*, relaxing music (if desired) and a selection of essential oils.

*Please note, that under current COVID-19 protocols we are asking customers to provide their own towels.

What should I wear to my pregnancy massage?

Our pregnancy massage techniques include the use of oils, so we recommend that you undress to your underwear for the treatment – or to a level you’re comfortable with. We recommend wearing a dressing gown so you can start your treatment sooner.

On arrival, your home pregnancy massage therapist will prepare the bed, music and oils and then they will step outside so you can get undressed in privacy. At the end of the treatment, your therapist will leave the room to allow you to get up at your own pace and get dressed.

Please note, it is required that underwear is worn throughout your pregnancy massage treatment.

What are the benefits of a pregnancy massage?

Pregnancy massage benefits are wide-ranging. Women report that massages during pregnancy help with: mind and body relaxation, pregnancy aches and pains, reducing anxiety, improving sleep, bonding with baby, sciatic and pelvic pain, and reducing ankle and feet swelling. Learn more here.

What position will I be in during a pregnancy massage?

Your comfort is paramount to our professional therapists when you’re having a pregnancy massage. We find that the best position during a pregnancy massage is on your side with pillows for support, which provides the most stability for the baby and is also most comfortable for you.

Can I request a specific pregnancy massage therapist?

If you have had one of our masseuses before for a pregnancy massage and would like to request the same person again, please just let us know.

If you are booking on the website, please make sure to mention the name of your favourite professional in the Special Instructions box at checkout.

We recommend using our app for bookings to make use of our Favourite Professional feature. This allows you to save and request your favourite therapists from previous treatments. Our app is available for iOS on the App Store.

Is a pregnancy massage safe?

Yes, pregnancy massages are safe for both you and baby. The NHS states that pregnancy massage is one of the safe complementary therapies you can use during pregnancy.

However, it’s generally advised to avoid pregnancy massage in your first trimester, especially if you have a history of miscarriages.

What other massage treatments do you offer in London?

Our massage therapists offer a whole range of massage types to suit your needs. These include sports massage, lymphatic drainage massage, deep tissue massage and reflexology.

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