RMT Vancouver – Prenatal Massage

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RMT Vancouver, Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy Pillow at Broadway Wellness









Are you looking for relief from sore muscles and swollen joints during pregnancy? Look to a RMT Vancouver, Prenatal Massage! There are often many discomforts and changes that happen to a woman’s body during pregnancy. Carrying that extra weight, you may experience lower back pain, swelling, sore legs, back and neck stress, and insomnia. A Pregnancy Massage, also known as Prenatal Massage, is a wonderful way to help relax the body and ease some of these ailments.  

Here are some of the amazing benefits of an RMT Vancouver, Prenatal Massage:

Reduce Swelling – During pregnancy, the legs, feet and hands tend to swell. Getting  a massage can help to stimulate the soft tissue and reduce swelling.

Improve Sleep Habit – Many women have trouble sleeping during pregnancy. A Prenatal Massage can help to relax the nervous system while releasing feel good hormones to the body.

Relieves Lower Back Pain – A Prenatal Massage can help to increase blood flow while relieving tension of the muscles.

Reduces Stress – Studies have shown that receiving regular massage during pregnancy reduces stress allowing women to have higher levels of dopamine and serotonin.

RMT Vancouver, Prenatal Massage, at Broadway Wellness, we have a pillowing system that allows our pregnant patients to lay on their stomach so that they are able experience the most comfortable and relaxing massage experience. We recommend that you speak to your practitioner to get the most out of your prenatal treatment. The following Registered Massage Therapists are specially trained in prenatal massage and have this marked as one of their primary techniques: 

Ana Yu

Ashley Fowler

Cara Marks 

Chanel Jorsvik

Jennifer Keen

Liz Schaeffer

Marie Arcand

Stacey Spring 

Book your Prenatal Massage online at Broadway Wellness or give us a call at the clinic at 604-732-5222 and our front desk staff would be happy to assist you. 



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