Post Natal Massage

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Post Natal Massage

Bringing new life into the world is a wonderful thing but it also puts a lot of strain on the body. Pregnancy can be a long & stressful time where your body goes through many changes. There is nothing better than a relaxing massage to get your body back to its former condition. Postnatal massage focuses on strengthening the muscles & tissues that have been altered during your pregnancy, so that your body regains its strength naturally.

The body goes through a rapid transition after giving birth with changes in your hormones, body shape & center of gravity. Massage eases these stresses by relaxing the muscles that have been strained during the prenatal & natal process. Feeling relaxed increases, a more balanced hormone production, realigns the muscles & re-focus your center of gravity. The therapy is also designed to increase circulation which contributes to the reduction of postpartum swelling & incorporate stretches to allow for a more lasting effect.

It is quite common for new mothers to not take care of themselves as well as they should. Of course, it is not surprising that they are completely focused on their new little bundle of joy, but mama needs care too. There will be lots of bending over and lifting with your newborn which can put a strain on the back; often ignored because you have more pressing concerns.

A Postnatal Massage is essentially a full body massage that is given to new moms up to 40 days after they give birth. They can be wonderful way to soothe new moms & give them a chance to relax even though they now have a newborn on their hands. Postnatal massage sessions are tailored to help with postpartum issues which every mother deal with. Postnatal massage focuses on strengthening the muscles & tissues that have been altered during your pregnancy, so that your body regains its strength naturally.

Postpartum or Postnatal Massage can be as important & beneficial as Prenatal Massage as it is well known for Relaxation, Stress Reduction, Pain Relief, & Other Health Benefits. Unique Postpartum benefits include Hormone Regulation, Reduced Swelling, Better Sleep, & Improved Breastfeeding. More advanced therapy helps restore your body to its Pre-Pregnancy Condition, Speeds Healing & assists with C-section Recovery. Post Natal Massages are known to supplement blood flow & aid the release of endorphins that induce a feeling of relaxation. Postpartum massages are even specialized to cater to those specific muscles of your body that are strained after delivery.

Typically, a traditional or professionally trained masseuse massages your entire body starting from the feet & ending with a relaxing massage for the head. Even traditional ayurveda recommends a 40-day confinement period for the mother after delivery, where wholesome care is provided to the mother & child. Traditional baths with indigenous herbs and natural remedies preceded by elaborate massages are an important part of this routine. If you decide to have a Post Natal Massage, make sure you have someone to help with the baby while you relax.




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The Benefits of Post Natal Massage

Postpartum or Post Natal Massage has been shown to be effective for a quicker recovery & better health. Integration of maternal bodywork may add welcome value to your healing journey & transition to motherhood.

  • Relaxation & Stress Reduction - Massage relaxes muscles, increases circulation & lowers stress hormones, bringing relaxation & stress relief. All body systems appreciate treatment after 9 months of change, culminating with the delivery of the greatest miracle in life. Some women prefer lighter pampering massage while others enjoy deeper techniques to work out the knots. Adding myofascial release & craniosacral therapy reaches deeper into the body for more complete healing. Any of these massage styles will bring relaxation & stress reduction. Anxiety & Depression respond very well to skilled therapy. About 2/3 of new moms experience temporary postpartum blues related to hormonal changes, new responsibilities, & adjustment frustrations. Emotional support & the other benefits of massage can help during this transition. Postpartum Depression is a more serious, longer-lasting condition that affects 10-15% of mothers. Studies show massage to be beneficial for treating postpartum depression.
  • Pain Relief - Residual body aches from pregnancy are normal. Adding breastfeeding & childcare can intensify arm, shoulder & back pain. Massage is an effective holistic approach that relaxes muscles & relieves pain without medication. A skilled therapist may also resolve even associated numbness & tingling. Chronic or severe pain may require multiple sessions for resolution.
  • Hormone Regulation - Massage greatly improves postpartum hormone balance. Estrogen & progesterone hormone levels are very high during pregnancy & decrease after delivery. Prolactin & oxytocin hormone levels rise to facilitate breastfeeding. Studies indicate that massage reduces the stress hormone cortisol. Certain essential oils may also bring hormone & mood balance. Massage also reduces naturally occurring biochemicals associated with depression (dopamine & serotonin) & cardiovascular problems (norepinephrine), supporting Mom with the challenges of motherhood.
  • Decreased Swelling - Body fluids need to find balance after pregnancy, in which there was an increase of about 50% in fluid volume. Massage increases circulation & lymphatic drainage to facilitate the elimination of excess fluids & waste products. Tissue stimulation assists your body to shift water to the right places. Swelling is also affected by hormones, which go through major changes after delivery. Massage helps hormone regulation, which also decreases swelling. Continue your high fluid intake for healing & lactation, even though you may still have swelling.
  • Better Sleep - Most new moms feel exhausted after labor & delivery, complicated with around-the-clock baby care. Massage will ease the fatigue, promote relaxation & assist with sleep. Studies have shown an increase in delta brain waves (those that accompany deep sleep) with massage therapy. That is why it is very common to fall asleep during a massage. Getting enough sleep is key to postpartum recovery. Everything improves when you feel rested! Arrange some help & get regular massages for better rest & sleep. One study correlated better sleep with losing the baby fat on the tummy!
  • Improved Breastfeeding - Breastfeeding is a beautiful gift to your newborn but can also be a challenge for some moms. Massage therapy relaxes the body, increases circulation & increases milk production. Studies show that massage increases prolactin levels, a lactation hormone. Relaxation in the chest muscles opens the shoulders & improves lactation. New research indicates that breast massage helps relieve breast pain, decreases breast milk sodium & improves newborn suckling.
  • Alleviates Musculoskeletal Pains - Painful cramps during pregnancy are common and can be troublesome if not dealt with appropriately. Sciatic nerve pain is usually experienced by most women in their 3rdsemester as the uterus tends to rest on the muscles of the pelvic floor & the lower back. Also, a woman experiences excruciating pain after birth- this pain can last for weeks. While medication can help relieve the pain in the short-term, massage is considered as an effective holistic approach that works to release tension on the muscles & relieve pain without the use of medication. In cases where the pain is severe of chronic, multiple sessions may be required.
  • Stress Relief on Weight-bearing Joints - It’s common to hear pregnant women complaining of pain on their leg joints, lower back, as well as the pelvis. This pain is usually as a result of immense pressure (muscle tension) exerted on the weight-bearing joints such as the knees, elbows, ankles, lower back, pelvis, as well as the neck. In some cases, joint pain can be caused by fluid retention or swelling. As a massage therapist works on the joints, the tensed muscles on the joints loosen up (become relaxed). Swelling is also reduced as massage increases blood and lymph circulation.
  • Improved Blood Circulation and a Strengthened Immune System - Massage during pregnancy stimulates blood & lymph to flow much more freely throughout the body, therefore increasing the amount of nutrients being delivered to the baby. Likewise, good circulation after birth promotes faster healing & increases milk production. Also, with increased circulation, the body can flush out the accumulated toxins & cellular waste through the lymphatic system. As a result, the body has an increased ability to fight foreign bodies causing illnesses.Improved blood circulation also helps reduce swelling during & after pregnancy.
  • Hastens the Healing Process & Promotes Overall Body Health - Massage therapy after birth helps increase the healing process by increasing essential blood flow to the healing area. According to numerous studies, new moms who undertake postnatal massage have better chances of healing their wounds faster than those who do not. It also promotes overall well-being both during & after pregnancy as there is reduced pain, stress, depression, mood swings, increased blood flow, prevention of blood pressure, reduced swelling, and better sleep.

Steps of Post natal Massage


Phase 1 - Getting Ready

Light Warm up Touch

lower body

Phase 2 - Lower Body Massage

Water Retention Removal

(Legs, Calves &Tighs)


Phase 3 – Upper & Mid Body Massage


(Muscle Tension & Back Pain)



(Toxin Removal – Lymphatic Fluids & Lochia)



(Improve Lactation)


Shoulders, Arms, Neck & Head

(Peace, Relaxation & Calming)


Phase 4–Binding



Phase 5–Warm Down



  • Specialized Traditional Binder - Custom made binder assist to straighten the back posture & aids the slimming process. Add support to the torso & pelvic bone while assisting the retraction of the abdominal muscles.
  • Telon Oil (for Baby) - This mixture can prevent Bloating in the Baby, Stimulate Baby Nerves, Improve Digestive System Performance, Warm The Way, Eliminate Itchiness & Soften the Skin. You can also do Baby Massage to help to relieve tummy pain.
  • Lemongrass Massage Oil - Sparsely used throughout the massage session to stimulate the senses. When used to massage the skin, focusing on the pressure points & breathe deeply to feel instantly revitalized & uplifted.
  • Pilis - Mixture applied on the Forehead. Known to improve sleeping disorder, blurry vision, giddiness & tension headaches.
  • Tapel - Frequently used during the Binding process to expel excess “wind” & promotes Blood Circulation. Also known to remove excess fats, discharge harmful toxins & eases abdominal muscle tension.

Postnatal Massage Package

7 Sessions | Deposit $188 $708
75 minutes massage + 15 minutes binding
10 Sessions | Deposit $208 $928
75 minutes massage + 15 minutes binding