Being a mother is easily the most important job in the world.
You instantly become the center of the universe for your child—a child that comes into this world entirely helpless.
From the moment of their arrival, it then rests upon the mother to teach, guide, and prepare the little one to grow and develop.
It’s no mystery why then, the mother is seen as the axis around which the whole family unit turns. She’s the one who lays down the law, instills values, establishes routines and buckles down on boundaries to ensure the smooth and healthy running of her loved ones.
If you are a mom, you know just how huge this responsibility is. And if you’re a mom-to-be, you’ll understand that this sense of responsibility begins way before your little one makes their big debut.
The bond between a mother and child happens long before they meet face to face.
Pregnancy usually lasts for about 40 weeks, and it is during this time that the foundation for this indelible connection is established.
Making sure to keep healthy both physically and emotionally is of utmost importance during your pregnancy—a feat that might seem impossible to most expecting moms, what with swollen ankles, aches and pains, sleepless nights, and a slew of other problems that could occur during pregnancy.
It becomes a real challenge to find balance when you feel you’ve lost control over your body and the tiny human growing inside it. But there is hope… For centuries the art of massage has helped people overcome various health issues of both the physical and mental kind, and prenatal massage is no different.