With all forms of assisting with fertility and conception, timing matters. And with out in-home fertility massage timing definitely matters!
To end our fertility massage session, we will have you lay on your stomach so we can work your back and sacrum. This provides an excellent way to work the back of the body, and allow for the full body relaxation and therapeutic techniques to really sink in.
One of the biggest conversations in fertility work is what came first, stress or fertility challenges? And while we cannot answer that, we know we can help reduce the stress of everyday life.
Reflexology is a powerful massage tool provide valuable information about your body.
Stomach massage tends to be an area of the body most people are not comfortable having someone see, let alone let someone else touch it. And while we respect those decision, a therapeutic abdominal massage can be hugely beneficially for those trying to conceive.
Massage therapy promotes relaxation, feelings of calmness and well-being, reduces pains and aches, and helps you sleep better – all of which can be beyond helpful during the postpartum period.
Health fairs are growing in popularity around the Triangle as businesses are appreciating that employee wellness translate to business wellness. Below are a few of favorite ideas for helping your event be a success!
There’s one thing we are a bit biased, doula support is worth the investment. However, that investment can be a bit challenging for our clients.
Here’s a sad truth: most women know nothing about their breasts. Complete transparent, I was one of those women.
When’s the last time that you suffered some stress at work? Raise your hand if it was today.
We are excited that we now are able to offer therapeutic breast massage to our breastfeeding clients.
When you have knot in a muscle, what feels so wonderful is a massage therapist to dig her elbow into that sore spot until you feel some relief. And when you have a clogged duct, the same logic should apply, right? You may be surprised about that answer!
We are so excited to offer a new service to our clients: therapeutic breast massage for lactation support is now available!
So often on Facebook and other social media sites, our birth doulas and postpartum doulas read questions from concerned pregnant folks or new parents asking various questions about if others experienced a similar issue during pregnancy, birth, and/or parenthood. However, we are reframing that question to: Is it common and is it also normal?
Just like you, infants sometimes are not in the mood for certain activities. While they cannot verbalize that, parents, babysitters, and other guardians begin to notice signs of what the baby is feeling.