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Postnatal Recovery Massage is a revised version of the closing the bones massage, a traditional postnatal ritual from Ecuador.

The massage takes place on a massage table instead of the floor.

In many countries mothers spend the first month postpartum in a state of rest, where they receive nourishing food and special care and attention.

In the UK, Mothers often receive very little support and gifts are usually for the baby.

Receiving a gift of a Postnatal Recovery Massage is a celebration of motherhood.A perfect way to honour her and her body following the incredible journey she has been on, growing and birthing new life in to the world.

DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19, I AM UNABLE TO OFFER POSTNATAL RECOVERY MASSAGES.

 


What happens during a Massage?

On arrival you will have the opportunity to talk about your birthing and what you would like during the massage.

The room is warm and private. Music is optional.

The Massage is done on a massage table and involves an extensive massage of the abdomen, hips, waist, ribs, chest, shoulders and arms with warming oil.

A rebozo shawl is used to rock and bind the body, followed by a period of relaxation.

The session ends with a warming drink.

 

 

 

Postnatal Recovery Massage

Upton St Leonards, GL4 8DZ

Please contact me

tel. 07742 057298

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Inspired by a traditional Ecuadorian postnatal massage called closing the bones, the Postnatal Recovery Massage (PRM) is done on a massage table and involves using a rebozo shawl to rock and bind the mother’s body, together with an extensive massage of the abdomen, hips, waist, ribs, chest, shoulders and arms with a special warming oil.

Receiving a postnatal recovery massage is a celebration of the mother and is the perfect way to honour her and her body following the incredible journey she has been on, growing and birthing new life into this world.

About the mother hug

The Mother Hug – a journey from the beginning of pregnancy to motherhood.

Wise Hippo Practitioner

I have been teaching hypnosis for birth classes since 2004.

I originally taught HypnoBirthing the Mongan Method and moved to the  Wise Hippo Birth Programme in 2016 as i liked the emphasis on The ‘right’ Birth on the day. www.thewisehippo.com

Postnatal Recovery Massage

A relaxing and nurturing massage for women following birth, a treat for a new Mum or any Mum at any time.

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