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Pregnancy massage London

A specialist massage tailored to the aches and pains of growing new life.

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Same day appointments available
Book to your home or hotel

Benefits of pregnancy massage at home

  • Forget travelling across London, book a specialist for a pregnancy massage at home

  • Soothe tired feet and back ache

  • Targeted tension relief

Why you'll love it

We designed this treatment as a safe massage for the second or third trimester of pregnancy. Performed with you lying on your side, it provides comforting relief from common muscle aches and pains that come with pregnancy.

What happens during a pregnancy massage?

Feel free to ask any questions you may have prior to the start of your treatment, since all pregnancy massages are performed by therapists who have undergone specific training.

Throughout the massage, you'll be on your side to avoid compressing the umbilical vein and ensure that your baby receives oxygen and nutrients.

In the areas where you're feeling tense, your therapist will apply long, slow strokes and kneading motions, paying particular attention to the lower back and legs.

Regular massages can relieve insomnia, sciatica, leg cramps, joint pain, and neck and back pain while you're pregnant. They can also help you cope with discomfort.

Read our latest reviews for pregnancy massage:

"Had a lovely prenatal massage from Hollie who was very careful, considerate and professional, but also lovely to chat to and offered me some great tips for pregnancy that she had picked up along the way"


"I had my first ever pregnancy massage with Jola last week and it was fantastic. She was so lovely and the whole process was completely seamless. I felt safe in the hands of Jola, both in terms of her knowledge of pregnancy massage and also hygiene."


"A dreamy service! Very trust worthy and efficient. The pregnancy massage exceeded my expectations and has made a world of difference. I went on to book a pedicure the following day which was also exceptional. All in the comfort of my own home! Thank you."


“Great company, great service and good prices. Use, relax and enjoy!”


“Takes the stress out of booking appointments. I now have all my massages at home!”

Roz Hodgkinson-Williams

“Great massage and nice to have it at home, rather than brave public transport or driving afterwards!”

Tracey Foy

Pregnancy massage London FAQs

We say: one that comes to you! The beauty of Urban is that a qualified massage therapist can come to your home in just 60 minutes.

Find a qualified pregnancy massage therapist near you in London by entering your postcode here.

Areas of London we cover include:
Acton, Barnet, Barking, Bromley, Camden, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Richmond upon Thames, Southwark, Sutton, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Wandsworth, Westminster and more

No, you shouldn't schedule a pregnancy massage until your second or third trimester.

The back gets a lot of attention during a pregnancy massage because that is frequently where tension accumulates. However, therapists will also work on your arms, neck, head, and legs (which can help if they're feeling heavy).

You can request for your massage therapist to avoid certain body parts; they won't massage your stomach/bump as standard.

Yes, if done properly and enjoyed from your second trimester onwards only. In fact, because endorphins released during a body massage are passed on to the baby, pregnancy massage can be beneficial to both of you.

Therapists must demonstrate that they are specially trained and understand how to keep you and your baby safe in order to offer pregnancy massage on Urban.

Read more: Pregnancy massage: Is it safe? 5 massage myths debunked

No – if you’re pregnant, we recommend booking a specialist treatment from a therapist who’s trained and insured to offer it.

To keep you and your therapist safe, it’s important to hold off on getting a massage if you’re unwell with a fever or flu-like symptoms, or if you have a contagious skin disease. Therapists have the right to cancel your treatment if they think it will harm you or them in any way.

If you have a health condition and you’re not sure about booking a massage, consult your GP for advice beforehand.