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Designed to tackle the aches and pains commonly reported among pregnant women, pregnancy massages are excellent defeaters of stress and discomfort, both in pre-natal and post-natal periods. The best part? We bring the Blys massage to your home, so you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your living room!
The most common side effects of pregnancy include swelling, lower back pain, pressure due to increased weight bearing, stress, hormonal fluctuations, trouble sleeping, and general discomfort. All of these problems are tackled by professionally trained massage therapists, using specially designed equipment to cater to the pregnant woman’s body shape, leaving you totally refreshed and relaxed.
If you’re expecting or know somebody who is, why not pamper them with a mobile massage? It’s 100% safe for mum and the baby, and comes straight to your home!
Want to know more? Read our blog post on massages during pregnancy.
Our customers love Blys
#1 Rated Pregnancy Massage In Australia
ReneePerth, Pregnancy Massage
“Melissa was pleasant and professional. Really comfortable having her in my home. Soft to medium pressure. Tailored the massage to suit (pregnancy with a focus on neck and shoulder) Great experience.”
JemmahMelbourne, Pregnancy Massage
“Did the pregnancy massage and very thorough and relaxing. Thank you so much”
StephanieMelbourne, Pregnancy Massage
“Andy’s massage was perfect! Very thorough and careful. Will definitely be seeing him as my pregnancy progresses.”
TraceySydney, Pregnancy Massage
“Such a relaxing pregnancy massage by Stella! It was absolute bliss and I felt my lower back pain went away after the massage.”
CatherineSydney, Pregnancy Massage
“Telly gave a beautiful pregnancy massage. I was relaxed from head to toe. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience. Will definitely book again.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Got a few questions?
A pregnancy massage is a special form of massage therapy that is exclusive to women in their second and third trimesters.
The biggest difference between pregnancy massage vs remedial massage is that pregnancy massage is a relaxing, soothing massage instead of an intense form of therapy. Your massage therapist will tailor their pressure to suit your pregnancy massage to ensure they are eliminating any tightness or soreness you may be experiencing. Remedial massage or deep tissue massage may be too strong for pregnancy.
While all massage therapists on the Blys platform are qualified and experienced in a range of massage therapies, there are some who specialise in pregnancy massage. Most women who request a pregnancy massage prefer a female pregnancy massage therapist. This is an entirely personal choice. You need a pregnancy massage therapist you can trust and feel comfortable with to look after your body during this delicate time. All massage therapists provided by Blys are thoroughly vetted, so rest assured that all therapists on the Blys platform are knowledgable and experienced.
If you’re booking a massage when pregnant, a specialised pregnancy massage will maximise the benefits you receive from massage therapy. Pregnancy massage is tailored to expecting mums, complete with pillows, blankets and a table to ensure maximum security and comfort for mum and bub. It is the best form of massage when pregnant.
Pregnancy massage is only recommended to expecting mums in their second and third trimesters. The first trimester is the most sensitive time for baby’s development and so we do not offer pregnancy massage therapy during this particularly delicate time. You should always consult your health care profession when seeking pregnancy relief methods.
As this period is a very delicate time for a woman’s body, there are some risks of pregnancy massage. If you are carrying more than one child, have experienced any pregnancy complications (including in previous pregnancies), experience any other adverse health conditions, you must always consult your health care professional prior to booking a pregnancy massage. Pregnancy massage is not offered to women in their first trimester as this is the most sensitive time for baby’s development.
Yes! You can browse massage therapists in your area by heading to the provider directory and inputting your location and preferred service type into the search field.
From here you can click the individual provider listings to view their complete profile including their bio, reviews and rating.
Once you’ve chosen your preferred massage therapist you can book them directly by clicking the ‘book’ button on their profile page.
If your selected massage therapist isn’t available, we’ll prompt you to either reschedule to another time or select another massage therapist in your area.
Yes! 48 hours prior to your booking start time, you will be able to message your massage therapist using the chat function in the app. To access the chat function, open your app and head to the upcoming bookings page, select your booking and then click ‘message therapist’.
Your massage therapist will also have the ability to message you prior to your appointment to ask any questions they may have to ensure they can best prepare to achieve your desired results.
A foot massage can help to relieve any pain or pressure you may be experiencing, however, you should consult your health care professional before you book a foot massage during pregnancy. With all that added pressure, you might be experiencing some fluid retention (oedema) or swelling in the feet and ankles. An increase in blood volume can also cause of swelling in the legs. To ensure that a foot massage is safe for you, speak to your doctor before you book a massage during pregnancy.
Ensure that you and bub are well hydrated prior to your pregnancy massage. Eat something light no less than two hours prior to your massage. Blys mobile therapists will do the rest, so you can enjoy a home pregnancy massage in comfort and security.
Mobile therapists provided by Blys will bring a table, pillows and blankets to your home pregnancy massage – you don’t have to worry about a thing! Pregnancy massages require the expecting mum to lie on her side on the table while pillows are used to cradle the belly. This maximises the comfort of both mum and baby. Massage therapists on the Blys platform do not use massage tables with centre cut-outs because allowing the belly to dangle during massage can cause stretching and discomfort. Lying sideways on whichever side you prefer is the most beneficial during your home pregnancy massage.
ou will be glowing! A home pregnancy massage is an ultimate indulgence for those hard-working mums-to-be, so your Blys massage therapist will ensure that you are relaxed and rejuvenated. A home pregnancy massage maximises comfort and minimises effort, so you can rest assured knowing that you’re feeling good and rewarding yourself with no stress whatsoever.
There are many benefits of pregnancy massage, including a relief from pain and soreness, decrease in stiffness, increase in mobility and a general pampering session. Many women choose pregnancy massage to help them target the unique aches and pains that pregnancy introduces. The benefits of pregnancy massage also extend to your mental wellbeing as massage can reduce stress and anxiety as well.
You sure can! To book your next pregnancy massage at home, head to the Blys website or download the app and have a professional therapist delivered directly to you. Blys mobile massage provides therapists that operate all around Australia. To find your next “pregnancy massage near me”, check out the locations we serve.
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A combination of warm essential oils, long flowing strokes and weighted stones are used to break down muscle tension and stress, encourage blood flow and stimulate circulation through the body.
A type of therapy that uses gentle pressure on specific points along the feet, hands and ears to restore balance, relieve stress, stimulate the nervous system and promote better sleep.
An ancient form of alternative medicine that involves the use of suction cups on the back. The suction increases blood flow to the areas where the cups are placed; this helps promote relaxation and healing and reduces pain and inflammation.
A gentle massage that works to effectively move waste fluid around the body and support the normal functioning of the immune system by using light and rhythmic hand movements that stimulate the lymph nodes.