Hi, can anyone recommend a good (experienced) pregnancy massage therapist in either the South Western (i.e. Williamstown, Yarraville, Point Cook, Werribee) or South Eastern (i.e. Glen Waverley, Burwood etc) suburbs of Melbourne? I know, 50km apart but I have babysitters (aka grandparents) in both areas that I can leave my DD with whilst I get a massage!
I'm starting to suffer terrible back and leg pain and the beginnings of pelvic instability and as well as the excercises I've been given by the physio, I'd love to get a good massage. I'm a little wary about going to just anyone though as most places don't cater specifically for pregnancy.
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Pregnancy Massage in Either South Western or South Eastern Melbourne?
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