Our goal is to offer options for our clients during this transitional time that are accessible and affordable so that they are able to come in as often as they need to, especially during pregnancy and as they get closer to birth! Over the years of specializing in this particular field, we have learned the importance of scheduling these sessions based on each individual client's "due" date (as they tend to need them more frequently as they get further along) but we also know this can be quite a dance for this specific kind of scheduling for the majority of our clients.
So we hatched an idea...
Perinatal Discount Packages are the way to go!
Not only are they more affordable but they offer priority booking to schedule sessions in advance, based around your estimated due
date + your individual needs!
Single Perinatal Massage Session:
$100 | 60 minute
$140 | 90 minute
Hatch: Perinatal Massage Package
Options for 1 FREE massage: $100 OFF
60 minute sessions
Full discount valid for 6 months
4 for price of 3= $300
5 for price of 4= $400
6 for price of 5= $500
Options for 2 FREE massages: $200 OFF
60 minute sessions
Plus a $50 credit toward our FULL CBE
Childbirth Class Series of 5 classes.
Full discount valid for 10 months
8 for price of 6= $600
9 for price of 7= $700
10 for price of 8= $800
*May be applied to any prenatal or postpartum
*May transfer ONE session to a friend/partner
(under same expiration guidelines)
*Expiration guidelines are highly encouraged as the purpose of these package are to come in often over a short period of time, however, the world of pregnancy and birth can be unpredictable and of course we are flexible when special circumstances arise.
*Upgrade any individual session to a 90 minute for $40 OR
same discount is offered if you would like ALL package sessions to be 90 minute treatments:
4-6 | 90 minute sessions: $140 OFF
8-10 | 90 minute sessions: $280 OFF
Benefits To Receiving Massage During Pregnancy
Pregnancy one of life's biggest transitions. The hormones associated with relaxation can have a significant affect on reducing physical, emotional and mental stress during pregnancy (or any major life change). Having a self care routine that supports hormone regulation can reduce anxiety, cardiovascular health and improve your mood. When we are in a relaxed state, the hormones associated with stress, like cortisol and norepinephrine, are reduced, and serotonin and dopamine levels are increased, this not only decreases stress during pregnancy but it can also support more positive birth experiences and less depression and/or anxiety after birth.
Pregnancy massage addresses and relieves some of the most common discomforts people often experience during pregnancy.
Edema, or swelling of the joints is often caused by reduced circulation and increased pressure on the major blood vessels by the growing uterus. Pregnancy massage helps to stimulate soft tissues to reduce collection of fluids in swollen joints and it improves the removal of tissue waste carried by the body’s lymph system. Many people experience sciatic nerve pain in late pregnancy because the uterus rests on muscles of the pelvic floor and low back which can cause tension on the muscles and pressure on the nerves. Many people report having less low back/hip pain after receiving prenatal massage. Massage therapy helps with inflamed nerves by releasing the tension on nearby muscles which can offer much needed relief. Massage during pregnancy can also ease upper and lower back discomfort caused by the changes happening in the front of the body.
Some other potential benefits of pregnancy massage include:
Reduced swelling and joint pain
Less muscle tension
Improved oxygenation of soft tissues and muscles
Feeling more connected to pregnancy and baby
Some of the contraindications for pregnancy include:
There may be some mild conditions where you can still receive massage but we will ask that you speak with your health care provider and get a release form prior to coming in:
High risk pregnancy
Previous pre-term labor
Experiencing severe swelling, high blood pressure or sudden severe headaches
Infection or fever