Massage with Charlotte Ingram
Aching hips? Sore lower back? Tight shoulders?
Come in feeling tired and achy; leave feeling rejuvenated.
Being pregnant puts a lot of stress on your body that can cause headaches, constipation, feelings of anxiety and depression, swollen ankles and sore feet, which makes pregnancy uncomfortable.
The most important thing is to look after yourself.
Achieve this through Pregnancy Massage in a safe, supportive environment with Charlotte Ingram
If you want to look after your mind, body, and growing baby, then massage is the best way to nurture yourself.
Pregnancy massage is with Charlotte Ingram, a pre and postnatal nurture specialist. Through the use of remedial massage and naturopathy, Charlotte helps you to achieve a happy, healthy pregnancy, a positive birth experience, and a fuss free start to breastfeeding.
Charlotte utilises the bodyCushion support system for pregnancy massage, which allows you to lie face down in complete comfort, with your growing belly beautifully supported.
Your massage includes your own personalised oil blend, which may include specially selected essential oils or Bush Flower essences, to enhance your experience. Choose from organic coconut oil, apricot kernel oil, jojoba oil, and more.
Private health insurance rebates may apply, depending on your level of cover. If you have insurance with health.com.au, please note that relaxation massage is claimable, as well as remedial.
Gift vouchers are available.
Use the link above to book or alternatively you can phone Charlotte on 0438 575 831, or email email@example.com
Massage with Dr Sarah Fogarty PhD
Pregnancy is a time of change, growth and transformation. The body undergoes many changes and massage can help support these changes, allowing the body to adapt and cope throughout pregnancy.
Massage is a great way to reduce stress and promote general well-being during pregnancy.
Massage may help relieve some of the common discomforts during and after pregnancy such as:
Postnatally the body is also undergoing many changes and healing from giving birth. Massage can help support these changes, allowing the body to heal and supporting women in this busy and tiring period.
Massage is a great way to reduce stress, take some time out for yourself and promote general well-being in the postnatal period.
Massage may help relieve some of the common discomforts of the postnatal period such as:
Bereavement Support Massage
Sarah also offers bereavement support massage to help assist and support those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death. Treatments help to support and nurture the body by addressing muscles tension and pain associated with anxiety, grief and stress.
Private health insurance rebates may apply depending on your level of cover.
To find out more information or if you have any questions about whether massage might be useful for you please contact Sarah.
Mobile: 0405 078 914