Prenatal Care

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Relax + Renew + Balance

“We can do no greater things, only small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa

We are pleased to offer a selection of services for expecting mothers. We realize that expecting mothers will benefit from these therapeutic and relaxing services. We are excited for all expecting parents and offer exceptional services that are safe for mom to be and baby. Please do not hesitate to inquire about additional services and options

first-trimester ♥ second-trimester ☼ third trimester

Mommie to Be Body Polish

Don’t miss this healthy body treatment. This luxurious hydrating and exfoliating body polish removes dull surface cells, improving circulation and revealing healthier skin.

45 Minutes∙∙∙✧∙✧∙∙∙Kalola Spa $95∙∙∙✧∙✧∙∙∙Locals’ Club $65

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Mommie to Be Little bit of Bliss Facial

Skin Care Products designed specifically for the Mommie to B

Restore your natural glow with this introductory facial. A combination of revitalizing products and relaxation creates great results for the busiest of times.  Prenatal Friendly Service

Deep cleansing of the skin to remove surface blockage of pores and impurities. This facial includes extractions, steaming/hot towels and a specific mask to hydrate and nourish skin. A light massage follows to leave your skin feeling fresh and clear. Prenatal Friendly Service

25 Minutes∙∙∙✧∙✧∙∙∙Kalola Spa $70∙∙∙✧∙✧∙∙∙Locals’ Club $50

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Spa Care For Moms to Be

Spa treatments can relieve the main discomforts of pregnancy, and the spa atmosphere can relax expectant mothers overwhelmed by the changes in their bodies. There are many services such as manicures, pedicures, and facials are safe for pregnant women. And when you follow these guidelines, massage, water therapies, and body treatments the antidote.

Best for… Prenatal massage can relieve back pain and improve sleep and mood, as well as decrease stress and reduce labor complications. Prenatal massage is best given while you lie on your side propped up by pillows. Neck and shoulder massage is a safe sitting up option, as well.

Good to Know:

• Avoid contrast hydrotherapy (alternating hot and cold pools or rooms). Constant temperatures are best.

• Skip hot baths, steam rooms, and saunas (traditional and infrared). Heat and sweat cause decreased blood flow (and blood to pool in your feet), which means the baby gets less oxygen.

• Say no to body wraps, which cause perspiration and raise the core body temperature. • Detoxifying body scrubs are also something to stay away from. There are many other botanical body scrubs that are safe for mom and baby.

• Essential oils (concentrated plant extracts) are off-limits during the first trimester,.,t’s safe to reintroduce rose, lavender, and chamomile during the second trimester, as long as they’re diluted with twice the amount of carrier oil, but peppermint, rosemary, sage, and jasmine shouldn’t be used at all, Dr. Evans explains, because they can trigger uterine contractions. Some scents can also trigger nausea, we offer scent-free products for those that are affected by scent.

• Our Massage Therapist has been specifically trained in prenatal treatments.

• Listen to your body and let the therapist know if you’re uncomfortable. We use pillows for the support they are adjustable and generally more comfortable. If you are not comfortable, ask to switch positions or alter the treatment. Also, speak up if you have to use the bathroom, even mid-treatment.

• Drink plenty of water throughout and after your spa visit.

• If you’re high-risk, check with your doctor before booking. Why get a postnatal massage? Give the new mommy a break! A massage can be the ideal antidote to postpartum blues.

The benefits of postnatal massage therapy include:

• relaxation

• stress relief

• relieving aches on shoulders or neck

• hastening the reduction of fluid retention

• helping the uterus to shrink to original size

• reducing cellulite and to help to tone the body.

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