Spa of the Rockies Prenatal Massage Nurtures Moms-To-Be

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The Spa of the Rockies in Glenwood Springs understands the special needs of pregnant women. While the physical changes that accompany pregnancy are miraculous and awe-inspiring, pregnancy side effects can cause discomforts that range from mild headaches to severe lower back pain. The Spa of the Rockies Prenatal Massage allows expectant moms to alleviate aches and relax.

Prenatal massage can reduce back and joint pain associated with pregnancy

Pregnant women come to the Spa of the Rockies for relief of all sorts of pregnancy-related symptoms, the most common is lower back pain, but also swelling of the joints, headaches, sciatica and fatigue.

For nine months, moms-to-be are busy taking care of a rapidly growing baby – being mindful to eat right, exercise and follow doctor’s orders, but sometimes expectant mothers need some time and attention for themselves. The Spa of the Rockies offers this special clientele a unique massage experience designed specifically to meet the needs of women experiencing the sudden changes of pregnancy.

According to Spa Director, Avalon Lionheart, “Pregnant women come to the Spa of the Rockies for relief of all sorts of pregnancy-related symptoms, the most common is lower back pain, but also swelling of the joints, headaches, sciatica and fatigue.”

The Spa of the Rockies Prenatal Massage is a natural, touch therapy that helps alleviate these symptoms as well as balance hormones, reduce anxiety, encourage deep breathing, and improve circulation. Every effort is made to help expectant moms feel comfortable at the Spa of the Rockies. A special pregnancy pillow is used that accommodates round bellies of all sizes and allows women to lie comfortably on their stomachs. Therapists choose unscented oils for the massage because pregnant women tend to be more sensitive to scents.

Experienced Spa of the Rockies prenatal certified therapists, like Lori Dietl, help moms relax physically and mentally. “Pregnant women have a lot on their minds as well as dealing with physical pain. I strive to comfort and nurture clients. It’s an honor to be invited to share in the pregnancy process in this way,” explains Dietl.

The Spa of the Rockies Prenatal Massage is offered to pregnant women after their first trimester through the end of their final trimester. All expectant mothers should check with their doctors prior to getting a massage. Pregnant clients should share information about their condition with their massage therapist upon arrival so that therapists can adjust prenatal massages to suit individual needs and preferences. To speak with a spa concierge to book a Prenatal Massage, call 1-877-947-3331 or visit online at http://www.spaoftherockies.com.

About Glenwood Hot Springs
Among the top vacation destinations in Colorado, visitors have been flocking to the Glenwood Hot Springs for over 120 years. The landmark resort includes the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, the world’s largest natural outdoor hot springs pool; the 107 room Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge; the premier Glenwood Hot Springs Athletic Club; the Grill, a poolside restaurant; the Sport Shop, a retail store specializing in swimwear; as well as the recently opened Spa of the Rockies offering massage and other treatments to support natural health and wellness.

Glenwood Hot Springs is located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, between Aspen and Vail, 165 miles west of Denver and 90 miles east of Grand Junction on Interstate 70 off exit 116 at 401 North River Road. 800-537-SWIM (7946) or 970-947-2955, http://www.hotspringspool.com. Current press releases, a press kit, photos, and a live web camera are available at http://www.hotspringspool.com/x.php?p=PressRoom.

Media Contact Information:
Ann Denney, Director of Sales and Marketing
Glenwood Hot Springs/Spa of the Rockies
970-945-3324
adenney (at) hotspringspool (dot) com
or
Vicky Nash, Public Relations Representative
Resort Trends, Inc. – Tourism & Resort Communications
970-948-4923
pr (at) hotspringspool (dot) com

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