The last massage really helped my sciatica. A few days after the massage, it disappeared and never came back. Now I am just here to relax and take a break from running after my 15 month old.
– Heather C.
Landscape Designer, Pregnant Mom
I was having a lot of low back pain during my pregnancy. Lori gave me a massage and afterward the pain was gone. I continued having massages regularly and it really helped. When my due date arrived, Lori worked some special pressure points and my son was born the next day. Thanks!
– Cindy W.
I want to thank you for taking such good care of me in both of my pregnancies. It is my belief that the massages you gave me helped stave off preterm labor in both cases.
– Jen P.
Massage during pregnancy not only releases tight hips and soothes sore feet but has a host of benefits for you and your baby. too. Prenatal massage facilitates many physiological processes which then supports your body in the huge task of making a healthy baby.
During the massage, you rest on your side, supported by pillows while the discomfort, tension and anxiety inherent during pregnancy is reduced and released. Feel more open at at-ease in your body, while having more space for your growing baby. And every massage will deeply relax you into a blissful state which also increases the well-being of you and your baby.
Full term massage includes pressure points for inducing labor upon request.
1 hour $100/$120
1 hour 15 minutes $115/$135
1 hour and 1/2 $130/$150
studio / home
60 minutes $290/$350
75 minutes $335/$395
90 minutes $380/$440
60 minutes $480/$580
75 minutes $555/$655
90 minutes $630/$730