Pregnancy Massage

About Pregnancy Massage

A pregnancy massage to reduce common pregnancy aches and pains whilest leaving you feeling deeply relaxed and calm.

I have been trained as a massage therapist for over 15years and a have taken several additional qualifications in pregnancy and postnatal massage. The massages are safe and effective.  Often clients are surprised at the increase of movement at the end of a session.

 The massage is tailored to your needs. Often the sessions involve working from the scalp down to the feet to release tension that has built up.

Based at the treatment rooms at Datchet and Eton Health Club.


  • Stress Reduction: Pregnancy can bring about increased stress and anxiety. Massage therapy promotes relaxation, reducing stress hormones and promoting an overall sense of well-being.
  • Pain Relief: As the body undergoes changes during pregnancy, it can lead to discomfort, particularly in the lower back, hips, and legs. Pregnancy massage may help alleviate these aches and pains by targeting specific areas of tension.
  • Improved Sleep Quality: Pregnancy massage can help relax the body and mind, potentially improving sleep quality and reducing insomnia.
  • Reduced Swelling: Swelling, or edema, is a common issue during pregnancy due to increased fluid retention. Massage can hto reduce swelling in hands and feet. 
  • Hormonal Regulation: Massage has been shown to positively influence hormone levels, including reducing stress hormones and increasing serotonin and dopamine, contributing to mood stabilization.
  • Emotional Support: Pregnancy is a time of significant emotional changes. Massage provides a nurturing environment, offering emotional support and promoting a positive mindset.
  • Bonding Time: For couples, prenatal massage sessions can be a meaningful way to connect with each other and the baby. It provides an opportunity for shared relaxation and communication.
  • Postural Improvement: As the body adjusts to the growing belly, posture can be affected. Pregnancy massage helps relieve tension in muscles that may contribute to poor posture, promoting better alignment.
  • Encourage Labour: Pregnancy Massage can help to increase oxytocin levels essential for labour to commence.

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I visited Natasha at 32 weeks for a pregnancy massage and have recently started attending her pregnancy Pilates classes. The massage was fantastic-Natasha was able to manipulate muscles that were tense and sore from pregnancy-she is extremely knowledgeable about how to personalise a massage to suit individual needs. The Pilates classes have been perfect and Natasha is able to adapt exercises to be more/less challenging. There’s is a clear focus on how the movement can support pregnancy and labour and also opportunities to practice breathing and relaxation. I’m looking forward to the rest of the Pilates course and hoping to book another massage with Natasha before the birth of my baby.
Lindsay Finnerty
I went for a pregnancy massage with Natasha after experiencing a lot of lower back, hip and upper leg pain early on in pregnancy. Natasha listened to my problem areas and focused on these, a few days after my massage my hip and leg pain had disappeared and I was sleeping so much better. She also followed up with some great stretches to help keep the pain away if I started to feel tight again. I also found as a first time mum it was brilliant to chat about pregnancy and what to expect with a baby! I was so impressed with the massage I booked another 3 sessions for the last 3 months of my pregnancy - I only wish I’d gone earlier on in my pregnancy!
Sophia Armstrong
The classes, massage therapy, pre-natal workshops and the network of knowledge is a complete lifesaver!! I am pregnant with my first baby and started with Natasha at 17 weeks. I am now 35 weeks and feel so much more ready and confident than at the beginning of the journey. Thank you Natasha for all the knowledge you share, support through the service
Victoria Pom