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Thai massage during pregnancy
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Binete
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My sister is 3 months carrying and is suffering from severe back pain. Due to the back pain, she resigned her job and is now at home. As per the advice of the doctor, she started performing prenatal yoga as it is one of the best ways to reduce back pain. Now she is quite Ok. One day in between our conversation, I spoke about Thai massage. After hearing about Thai massage she is very much excited. She is saying that she wanted to try Thai massage. But can it be tried during the pregnancy period? Will it affect the health of the baby?

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April 5, 2018 - 9:37 pm
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Please read this article:

Are Thai Massage And Pregnancy Compatible

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Thai Massage During Pregnancy can be a nerve-wracking responsibility. You have to ensure at all times that your baby is relaxed too. There is no better way of doing this than going to a spa. Smile

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What makes you think that you get the best quality treatment in a spa? I have seen good and very mediocre therapists in spas. The name 'spa' is not a guarantee for quality. 

Thai Massage during pregnancy is not a nerve wracking experience as long as the practitioners knows what he or she is doing. I have done my share of sessions on pregnant women, and they all enjoyed it and felt much better afterwards. 

Did you read the article which I referenced in my post above? It explains this more in detail.

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I also said it is not nerve-wracking responsibility but it can be. As it totally depends upon how good is the services of therapists & how he/she handles the situations.

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That's correct. Smile

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