- 1 hr1 hour
- 65 British pounds£65
- Customer's Place
Anyone who’s had a prenatal massage understands the pure joy of a massage therapist offering an hour of relaxation, as they work carefully to relieve aches and pains that carrying a baby bring on the body! But once baby has arrived, it’s equally as important, if a little trickier, to find time for that postnatal massage. Not only is your body recovering from childbirth, but your new job as a mum: carrying, feeding, falling asleep with your baby in strange positions, may be causing a whole new series of posture issues. Unless you have had a C-section, you can go for a massage as soon as you like. If you have had a Caesarean, it’s best to check things out with your doctor. At least two weeks post-labour is recommended, as infections and other complications are most likely to arise within that first fortnight. Post natal massage relieves generic aches and pains post-labour (back pain is a common niggle), helps relax muscles and restore energy when you’re feeling utterly drained. It can also ease any tension in the shoulder areas caused by feeding, increase blood flow and oxygen to the muscles.
Mobile Massage North London, Carpenter Gardens, London N21 3HG, UK