Massage during Tri 1

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  1. EssJayPea

    EssJayPea Well-Known Member

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    Hi girls

    I've got a course next month for work and we have a spa treatment booked for the last day following our exams (yipee).

    The package is a full body exfolliation, facial and hot stone massage. I just wondered, is the hot stone massage, or any massage, for that matter, safe during the first trimester?

    If not, could you suggest any alternatives?

    S xxx
     
  2. kellymummytobe

    kellymummytobe Well-Known Member

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    Not sure hot stones would be a good idea Hun although im not too sure but that sounds great xx


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  3. Jayjay027

    Jayjay027 Well-Known Member

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    The hot stone massage isn't a good idea, maybe you could substitute that for a foot massage?
    I bought a manicure and pedicure deal from groupon and I'm sssooo looking forward to it - comes with hand and arm massage, and foot and leg massage - yum! X

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  4. Tanya4beauty

    Tanya4beauty Well-Known Member

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    Hi Hun, I'm a beauty therapist and I wouldn't recommend the hot stone massage. Just to be on the safe side really xx
     
  5. EssJayPea

    EssJayPea Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the advice. I was a bit unsure of the hot stones. Would a normal massage be ok? If not I'll go for my feet like you said JayJay sounds amazing too! Xxx
     
  6. twinkles

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    Hey Hun, another beauty therapist here, really the therapist shouldn't massage u at all in tri one, their insurance wouldn't cover them, it's because the mc rate is higher in tri one so massage wouldn't be advised....maybe go with a hand or facial, be careful with anything else, unless u can get a doc note then you and the therapist can carry on!
     
  7. EssJayPea

    EssJayPea Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Twinkles, good idea. Going to phone them today to see what alternatives they can offer. Love any kind of pampering so I'm easy pleases! Lol xxx
     

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