Massage during pregnancy can be a wonderful treat. Get relief from aching backs, shoulders, legs and feet with our qualified therapists.
During your second and third trimesters, massage treatment is very safe and alongside medical care is conducive to a healthy, pain free pregnancy.
We do not recommend massage during your first trimester.
What should I expect during my treatment?
Your appointment time includes a consultation with your therapist where they will discuss your health and the proposed treatment. They may also spend some time on examination.
Your appointment also includes time for dressing and undressing so we recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing and shoes which are easy to remove. After your treatment, your therapist will provide some aftercare advice.
Book your Pregnancy Massage Appointment
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View our price list for full details.
Pregnancy massage starts from
- 30 mins £47.00
- 45 mins £57.00
- 60 mins £67.00
- 90 mins £99.00
- 120 mins £119.00
Our Pregnancy Massage team
All of our therapists are:
- suitably trained,
- fully qualified,
- fully insured,
Dara Krastich (ITEC Level 5)
Dara has a special interest in combining the techniques that are helpful in stress and pain relief, helping the individual to educate them and prevent any sports injuries from happening
Delene Gordon (Dip.Massage, BTEC Sports Massage)
As a dancer she has extensive knowledge of the body and enjoys working with all clients to best enhance their physical performance, always with an emphasis on a holistic approach.
Dympna O'Brien (ITEC, MTI, MIFA)
Dympna has run a successful massage practice since 1993 and works with a focus on health and well-being. She continues to study in health-related fields.
Jane Hickson (MIFA, ATMAT)
Jane (MIFA, ATMAT) completed a professional diploma in Aromatherapy and holistic massage with the London School of Aromatherapy (LSA) in 1992 and has been working as a massage therapist ever since.
Rina Juwaheer (ITEC.Massage)
Rina adapts each treatment to meet her clients' needs; she is continuously attending workshops and courses to add to her skill set. Rina is known for her deep massage techniques.
Tatina Semprini (ITEC.Massage, ITEC A&P & Massage, APNT Sports Injuries & Massage)
Tatina started practising in 2001 and has since worked in many different environments treating clients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Outside of Ashlins Tatina has massaged dance students at the London Studio Centre and the dancers of the Royal Ballet regularly for years.
Vera Phounpradith (Holistic massage diploma Level 4 NVQ; Practitioners diploma in Manual Lymphatic drainage; Practitioners diploma in Indian Head Massage; Practitioners diploma in pregnancy massage; diploma in deep tissue massage)
Vera is passionate about the therapeutic effects of holistic combination massage as it has an impact on physical as well as mental health levels. She believes that everyone should have access to regular treatments especially the most vulnerable, and that massage contributes to more efficient healing.
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