Mums to be massage149.00 zł
A massage when you’re pregnant not only brings health benefits and improves your feeling of wellbeing, it also helps you look good too, by reducing muscle tension and swelling and relieving pain associated with all that extra weight you’re carrying around, in particular in your shoulders, neck, back and legs. Regular massage will stimulate, strengthen and build up the muscles around your spine, which is important since many pregnant women suffer from problems associated with poor posture which have previously gone unnoticed. Therefore, from the 12th week of pregnancy onwards, it’s a good idea to start regular massage sessions which will help keep your back and muscles in good shape, along with keeping the stretched skin on your stomach area nice and supple.
If you’d like a pregnancy massage you must consult your doctor and obtain permission before starting any sessions.
You should not have any massage during the first trimester or in the last month of your pregnancy.
Online booking is not possible!
In order to plan the treatment, PLEASE CONTACT US by phone or e-mail.
+48 91 359 44 00
- Total treatment time includes: preparation and the treatment itself and short downtime period following the treatment.
- All treatments / exercise sessions require reservation.
- If you are unable to come to your session, please call us to cancel.
- In order to ensure the highest level of comfort and service, we kindly ask that you arrive at Baltica Wellness & Spa 5-10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This is the time the treatment is due to start. Early arrival ensures that all the formalities necessary (such as completing forms on the first visit) can be completed and you can prepare yourself calmly for your session. That way, you’ll get the most from your treatment or visit.
- We also request that you set your mobile phone to silent for the duration of your treatment, in order to ensure that you benefit most from the relaxing and soothing environment at the Spa.
Thank you for your cooperation.
- general weakness
- musculoskeletal diseases
- conditions following physical exertion
- joint and muscle pains, pains of other origin
- Increased muscle tension
- poor posture
- fatigue, exhaustion, sleep deprivation
- immune system stimulation
- body sculpting
- first and second month of pregnancy
- ninth month of pregnancy
- cardiovascular disease
- pregnancy-induced diabetes
- acute kidney failure
- kidney stones
- diabetic nephropathy
- congenital kidney defects
- vascular haemorrhagic diathesis
- plasma haemorrhagic diathesis
- platelet-derived haemorrhagic diathesis
- hypo-and hyperthyroidism
- hypo-and hyperparathyroidism
- abnormal pregnancy – urinary and sexual organ dysfunction
- abnormal pregnancy – abnormal foetal development
- infectious diseases
- pain of unknown origin
- morning sickness
- stomach pains