Benefits of at-home pregnancy massage
Fit a pregnancy massage around a busy day with a treatment at home in Birmingham
Pregnancy-safe massage techniques
Soothe joint and lower back pain
Why we recommend it
Our specialist pregnancy massage is designed for mums-to-be in their second or third trimester, or for those who have recently given birth.
Tailored to your specific needs – whether that's support with sciatica, insomnia or fatigue – your therapist will work with you to get you feeling your best.
What happens during a pregnancy massage Birmingham?
Your mobile massage therapist will arrive at yours with a massage table, you'll just need to provide some towels and a pillow for support.
Once they've set up, they'll take you through a consultation to understand your needs. All pregnancy massages are performed by specially trained therapists who can answer any specific questions you might have.
To keep your umbilical vein free from pressure, your massage will be performed with you on your side. Your therapist will use long, slow strokes and kneading movements, with extra attention paid to the lower back and legs.
Regular massages can ease sleeplessness, sciatica, leg cramps, joint pain, and neck and back pain when you're pregnant. They can also help you cope with discomfort.
Pregnancy massage Birmingham FAQs
With Urban, you can enjoy a professional pregnancy massage at home at your home or hotel in Birmingham.
As the UK's largest massage delivery app, we connect you with the best local therapists for home treatments. Enter your postcode here to book today.
Some of the areas we cover in Birmingham include: Birmingham City Centre, Bordesley, Digbeth, Edgbaston, Moseley and Westside.
We believe the best pregnancy massage treatment is one with no, travel, no stress. That's why we connect you with qualified mobile therapists for treatments at your home or hotel in Birmingham Stay comfy and let a professional come to you with everything needed.
To find a local massage therapist near you enter your address here.
Recent 5-star review for pregnancy massage:
"Codrina has made such a massive difference to my body in just three appointments during my pregnancy. Before I saw her, my shoulders, back and neck were very tight and now I feel so much better. She's extremely experienced and I would highly recommend her."
No, Urban therapists will only work with pregnant clients who are in their second or third trimester (week 14 onwards). They reserve the right to withhold treatment if they believe it will harm you or your baby.
Yes, but your therapist can focus on any areas of discomfort you'd like them to. A typical pregnancy massage will cover your back, legs, arms, neck and head, but not your stomach/bump. If you want your therapist to avoid other parts of your body, just let them know.
No, because your therapist may not have the specialist training and insurance needed to work with pregnant clients. Our pregnancy massage is the only treatment you can book in Birmingham if you are past week 14 of pregnancy.
Don't book if you're unwell with flu or cold-like symptoms or have a contagious illness.
If you're unsure about whether a massage is suitable with a particular health condition, it's always best to consult your GP before booking.
Your therapist can choose not to treat you if they believe it will put you or them at risk.