It is not strange when people nowadays have gone to spa or massage bar to have “treatment” to relieve stress. Expecting mothers can also find an outlet for their tiredness, boredom when trying a service “pregnancy massage”.
Pregnancy massage is beneficial to both expecting mothers and babies.
Spa Lé La in Los Angeles is made specifically for expecting mothers. Its prenatal and postpartum services greatly benefit the women.
Spa Lé La has made a remarkable position in spa service in general as their target customers are families including parents, children even expecting mothers.
In the video, you can see that room setting for expecting mothers is much like a typical massage room, the room will have low lighting, you will lie on a warm extra padded table. Soft music will be in the background to help you relax and drift off.
Therapists are massaging with a view to boost blood circulation and relieve stress.
Massage during pregnancy differs from a regular massage in a couple of ways. The biggest way it differs is that the person receiving the massage is pregnant, and therefore knowledge of pregnancy and the anatomy of a pregnant woman are very important. This means that positioning during a massage is critical to the safety and well-being of both the mother and the baby she is carrying. There are also parts of the body that should not be massaged.
Massage process starts with hot towels around the face.
Room setting with relaxing music
Benefits of pregnancy massage include:
Tranquil relaxation and reduce stress.
Relief from muscle cramps, spasms, and myofascial pain, especially in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs.
Increase in blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling.
Reduces stress on weight-bearing joints.
Improves outcome of labor and eases labor pain.
Enhances the pliability of skin and underlying tissues.
Provides support for the new mother with physical and emotional strains of mothering.
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Source video: beauty insider
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