Pre/Post Natal Massage

Pre/Post Natal Massage

Nu Life Wellness & Skin Health Pre/Post Natal Massage is an effective way to help reduce stress and relax, while also aiding in digestion and improving skin health.

Benefits of this type of massage include reduced stress and tension, improved circulation, increased flexibility and range of motion, better sleep patterns, decreased anxiety levels and a sense of overall well-being. Additionally, it can help soothe muscle pain or soreness associated with pregnancy, as well as improve lymphatic flow for healthy skin.

At Nu Life Wellness & Skin Health, we specialize in delivering quality pre/post natal massage treatments that are tailored to meet each individual’s needs. Our experienced practitioners will apply specific techniques with precision and care to ensure maximum benefit.

Our team welcomes you to visit us if you would like more information about our pre/post natal massage services or if you would like to book an appointment for treatment. We look forward to assisting you with any of your massage needs!

Uses for pre/post natal massage typically involve special techniques that target areas such as the lower back and hips to relieve pressure; light strokes on the abdomen to aid digestion; gentle movements on the feet and legs to help improve circulation; and gentle pressure on the shoulders, neck and scalp to reduce stress. 

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Contact us today to learn more about how our Pre/Post Natal Massage services can help improve your overall health and well-being!

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At Nu Life Wellness, we believe in creating a healthier and happier life for everyone. From physical to mental well-being, our experienced professionals offer solutions that are tailored to meet your individual needs.

The practice of massage therapy is regulated under the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 (RHPA) and is, therefore, a Regulated Health Profession. Only individuals who have completed the requisite training and have met the strict competency requirements of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) can call themselves a “Massage Therapist” or a “Registered Massage Therapist”.

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