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Calling All Mothers!

Relieve Soreness, Back Pain,
and Leg Cramps.

Are you pregnant and desire any (or all) of these benefits?

  • Relieve the depression, anxiety, and nervousness caused by hormonal changes
  • Improve circulation, which helps to reduce swelling and improves the oxygen supply to the baby
  • Relieve muscle cramping, tightening, stiffness, and knots
  • Receive emotional support through nurturing touch
  • Relieve insomnia
  • Relieve stress on weight-bearing joints such as lower back, pelvis, and ankles
  • Alleviate neck, shoulder, and back pain caused by muscle imbalance
  • Relieve stress on weight-bearing joints such as lower back, pelvis, and ankles
  • Have an opportunity for some much-needed rest and relaxation
  • Increase awareness of your body (which can make labor and delivery easier)
  • Reduced risk for premature birth, obstetrical problems, and postnatal complications.

If so, then you need to consider prenatal massage. Studies have shown that massage can do all of these, along with its regular benefits!

Prenatal Massages

Each session focuses on your special needs as your body goes through these changes of the child-bearing year—including pregnancy, birth, and post-delivery. Massage provides a nurturing touch to you, which also nurtures the life of your unborn child.

Buy Three, Get One special

Buy 3 pregnancy massages at the regular price, and get 1 post-pregnancy massage free (to be used within 6 months after delivery)!

Buy Five, Get Two special

Buy 5 pregnancy massages at the regular price, and get 2 post-pregnancy massages free (to be used within 6 months after delivery)!

Your Safety Matters!

When it comes to receiving this very special and valuable kind of massage, it’s important to make sure that your therapist is specially trained in prenatal massage and has the proper equipment. I received my ‘Pre- & Perinatal Massage Therapy Certification’ from Body Therapy Associates, the leading provider of this type of training and certification in the country. I also use a special ‘Side Lying Body Positioning System’ which is designed specifically to create ergonomically correct support for side lying and semi-reclining positions (the positions necessary for most proper prenatal massage).

Discuss with your doctor, or me, whether prenatal massage is right for you, particularly if you have a special condition, and as always, please contact me if you have any questions or concerns about what pregnancy massage is like, what to expect, or if it is right for you.

To read more about massage and pregnancy, see the American Pregnancy Association and BabyCenter.com.

Crane Massage Therapy

180 East Main Street # 106, Tustin, 92780

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