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Pregnancy Massage

What is Pregnancy Massage?

There is no better time to be nurtured and cherished than when you are pregnant.


My clinic works with pregnant women who may be experiencing pelvic girdle pain, sciatica, stiff shoulders, headaches, nausea, depression and you just need to be pampered.

During pregnancy, your body undergoes many changes. This means that a normal massage is rarely suitable. I am specially trained and equipped to treat pregnant women and my aim is for them to leave each session feeling relaxed and relieved and confident in their pregnancy and post birth body.


Massage clinics are Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-2pm and Saturdays 11am-3pm.


Payment in advance required: via booking site or bank transfer (please label any transfers clearly.

Refunds cannot be given on cancellations less than 48 hours before the treatment.

Please follow the following protocol:

  • If you feel unwell before your session, please reschedule.

  • I will take your temperature on arrival.

  • Wash your hands before entering the treatment space.

  • Leave coats and bags in the hallway.

  • Mobiles must be turned off.



"I have been looking for a someone who was skilled in working with pregnant woman, who wasn't afraid to massage me, and yet make me feel held and nurtured at the same time". " Thank you for our three sessions before my birth... It really made a difference" Fatema

"Having a massage with Arlene helped relieve the inner thigh and sciatic pain I was getting, as my baby moves down into the pelvis" Nadina

Complementary Sessions

Closing the Bones - a postnatal massage to help bring the organs, uterus and pelvis back into balance after childbirth. This therapy is very helpful for healing any birth trauma which may still be viscerally felt by the mother.

Sports Massage and Massage for Back Injuries - Therapeutic massage can work for sports injuries as well as recurring issues like lower back issues, tight neck and shoulders, tinnitus, etc.

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