REST YOUR BUMP
At Cecily Day Spa we have invested in a Prone-lying Pregnancy Bolster which enables you to lay on your front throughout your massage at all stages of your pregnancy. This means you can enjoy the whole experience with maximum comfort and no worry.
Pregnancy Massage addresses the inflamed nerves by helping to release the tension on nearby muscles. Many women have experienced a significant reduction in sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy through massage. Other potential benefits of prenatal massage is improved oxygenation of soft tissues and muscles.
Pregnancy is a special time, however, as your body changes, it can bring about many aches and pains, especially in the latter stages. Massage can be a natural way of easing these ailments and we are here to help.
£50 (45 mins)
Sore back, tired feet, achy muscles? Literally take the weight off for a while and let our highly skilled massage therapists tailor your massage as you’ll have different needs depending on your trimester. Rest and relax while we revive and restore your energy! Scalp, neck, shoulders, back, legs and feet – head to toe indulgence, because you both deserve it
PREGNANCY PAMPER MASSAGE
£100 (2 hours & 15 mins)
Includes light lunch or afternoon tea.
An indulgent spa package tailored to your trimester and needs! Rest Your Chemistry for a few hours. You deserve it.
• Pregnancy Massage (45 mins)
• Cecily Facial (30 mins) – ONLY UP TO 28 weeks
• Luxury Pedicure (60 mins)
Your comfort first…
Our Prone-lying Pregnancy Bolster.
When to Avoid Pregnancy Massage.
Be sure you get clearance from your doctor before you try a massage, especially if:
- You’re experiencing nausea, vomiting, or morning sickness
- You’re at high risk of miscarriage
- You have a high-risk pregnancy such as placental abruption (where the placenta slightly detaches from the wall of the uterus) or preterm labor
A massage therapist may require written consent from your doctor and a liability waiver from you before performing pregnancy massage.
Facials – We cannot perform facials in the last trimester from 29 weeks due to comfort. It is not advised to be laid on your back for long periods of time during the last stages of pregnancy. For more information on this see NHS website. https://www.nhs.uk/news/pregnancy-and-child/pregnant-women-should-avoid-sleeping-back-last-trimester/