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"Pregnancy massage has been growing in popularity due to its healing and relaxation properties to both mom and baby. Prenatal is often a cherished time, and awaiting the birth of a new baby is exciting and exhilarating, however, the effects of prenatal can wreck havoc on a blossoming body. Many pregnant women experience uncomfortable bodily changes including increases in swelling, muscle tension, and other various aches and pains. Prenatal massage can help relieve some, if not all of these unwanted effects. In fact, massage has the power to reduce stress, promote relaxation, stimulate the circulatory system, relieve aches and pains,...

Here are a few interesting massage facts provided by NCBTMB: Today, 39 million American adults – more than one out of every six – get at least one massage each year. Massage therapy has been proven effective in: Relieving back pain Boosting immune system Reducing anxiety Lowering blood pressure Treating migraines Decreasing carpal tunnel symptoms Easing post-operative pain Alleviating side effects of cancer Because massage and bodywork directly or indirectly affects every system of the body, it promotes health, prevents illness and injury, and speeds recovery. In 1996, massage therapy and bodywork was officially offered for the first time as a core medical service in the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, and...