Prenatal & Postnatal Massage NEW - Health2u

Prenatal & Postnatal Massage

Relaxing Prenatal and Postnatal Massage by a Womens' Health Physio

Health2mama Physios are Experienced in Using the Most Effective Massage Techniques in Pregnancy and After Birth with Ability to Relieve any Pains or Lactation Issues at the Same Time.

Massage Offered at Home or In Clinic.

Experienced Women's Health Physios

Help with Pains and Symptoms 

In-Home, Clinic or Online Massage

Looking For Prenatal or Postnatal Massage?

Health2mama can arrange an Women's Health Physio in Prenatal and Postnatal Massage to see you At Home or At One of Our Clinics to help Promote Relaxation, Relieve Pains and Enhance General Wellbeing .  

You Can Feel Safe with our Therapists Knowledge and Experience


Our Prenatal and Postnatal Physio Massage can be in the comfort of your Own Home, In Clinic or Online.  
If wanting Lactation Relief Massage & Ultrasound Therapy as part of the Postnatal Session this can be arranged. 


175 SGD

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265 SGD

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Ultimate Recovery Session

90 mins

For Mums After Birth At Home - Includes:

  • Relaxing and Relieving Postnatal Massage (can include lactation massage and ultrasound)
  • Baby Massage - Learn Baby Massage Techniques 
  • Check Pelvic Floor & Diastasis Recti 
  • Teaching of Basic Pelvic Floor & Core Exercises 
  • Assessing and Correcting Lifting, Feeding and Carrying Techniques Helping to Prevent Back, Shoulder and Chest pains

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Pregnancy massage is a therapy treatment which like other massages can help relieve stress from body’s muscles, remove sore areas including nerves and help with relaxation. The constant strain on the muscles and joints in the body can cause excessive pain and the areas that hurt are normally the areas under the most stress. Prenatal massage can help relieve this strain and our physiotherapists have specific experience in the pressure points that can be massaged to help with morning sickness, reducing anxiety and sleep.


  1. It also helps blood circulation and the lymphatic system helping to ensure blood flow is healthy to both mother and baby.
  2. The pregnancy massage helps to stabilise hormone secretion which helps calmness and leads to fewer mood swings. Anxiety is also lowered and sleep improved and changes of prenatal depression significantly reduced.
  3. For the back, sacroiliac pain and sciatic pain the massage can help reduce tension around the affected nerves and muscles.
  4. Hormonal pigmentation on the body can be lightened. stretch marks can be prevented and less fluid retention and cramping in the legs. Toxins can be flushed out from the body and constipation lessened.
  5. Regular massage during pregnancy has been showed to help the labour go smoothly.

The mother undergoes a number of physical, physiological and emotional changes during and after pregnancy.

The massage therapists at Health2u are physios and are knowledgeable of these changes and the safe and comfortable positions to put the mother in when carrying out the massage. In pregnancy massage, the massage is softer and more gentle to help protect the developing baby and different methods and techniques are used. There are also certain pressure points that need to be avoided in the massage while the mother is pregnant to ensure the massage is fully safe to mother and child which a qualified pre/postnatal massage physiotherapist under Health2u will be aware of.

Postnatal Massage can be just as important and of benefit as massage during pregnancy. When carried out by a physio the benefits can include:

Breastfeeding Relief

The massages can include lymphatic massage to help improve milk flow when breastfeeding and reduce any soreness from excess fluid accumulation (engorgement) in the breasts.

Massaging & Release Around the Stomach

By working on the stomach itself recovery can be speeded up resolving any post op tenderness and help with slimming and firming of the stomach at a much quicker pace.

Body & Joint Aches

Body Aches that started during pregnancy can continue after birth with also the additional aches and pains that can happen in the lower back, upper back, chest and shoulders/arms that arise from breastfeeding and carrying/lifting of the baby.  Normal massages can help superficially but massages by a physio can include manual therapy and help cure the cause of your pain rather than just make it feel better temporarily.

C Section Scar Massage

By being addressed early on with massage then scar tissue adhesions and sensitivity can be helped and other internal issues down the line that can occur with an immobile scar can be prevented.  Cosmetically a mobile scar will also heal and therefore look better.

Some prefer to avoid massages in the first trimester due to the fragility of the rapidly growing embryo in this stage. As soon as the 2nd trimester starts the massages can be started and postnatal massages can happen any time after birth.

For optimum results, we recommend twice weekly massages in the 2nd trimester and once weekly massages in the 3rd trimester. After birth, the massages can be as often as required to give the benefits you are looking for such as pain relief, general wellbeing and slimming/firming of the stomach.

There are certain points of the body during Pregnancy that pressure should not be applied as can induce early labour.  But if you ensure your massage is carried out by a trained Prenatal Massage Therapist then the massage is very safe.

There are certain pressure points that can be applied that can induce early labour.  Some people choose to include these pressure points if they are full term and wanting to try and bring on an earlier labour.  But until this point these points should be avoided.


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Aneesa AnsariSpecialist Paediatric Physiotherapist
Aneesa is a fully registered paediatric physiotherapist with 7 years of experience. She has vast experience dealing with children from infant to young adults with various needs and abilities. She has interned with KKH and worked closely with NUH in the children’s clinic with NUH paediatric doctors. She also has immense experience with community rehabilitation for children. Early intervention with Thye Hwa Kwan EPIC as well as school integration and home-based therapy services with AWWA have helped to enhance her knowledge and skill in this field. She has given talks in hospitals such as Ren Ci and Tertiary Institutions to both public, parents and teachers/educators. Aneesa completed her Diploma in Physiotherapy locally before graduating from Queen Margaret University, Edinburg with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy degree. She has enrolled to complete her Masters in Paediatric Physiotherapy with Monash University, Australia. She continues to upgrade her skills by attending to relevant paediatric courses regularly. She is registered with AHPC and Singapore Physiotherapy Association. Aneesa has experience with a wide spectrum of disorders ranging from neurological conditions like Cerebral Palsy to congenital conditions like SMA, DMD as well as rare disorders like Charcot Marie Tooth and various syndromes. Having a child of her own enables Aneesa to understand challenges face by parents and treat their bubs as her own with patience and love.


pre and post natal physio
care of the older
neurological physiotherapy
older person's therapy
patient feedback
paediatric physiotherapy
women's health physiotherapy
Katie FraineRehab Specialist & Massage Specialist
Katie qualified as a physiotherapist in the United Kingdom in 2008 with a First Class Bachelors Honour Degree. Working in both the National Health Service and private hospital settings, Katie has specialised as a senior physiotherapist and developed a greater love for Musculoskeletal outpatients, Orthopaedics, Elderly Rehabilitation and Women’s Health. Katie had her first child in 2015, which steered her to focus her career within Women’s Health Physiotherapy. Specifically with helping pre and post natal mothers to participate-in safe and correct physical exercise, massage, correcting Diastasis Recti, baby massage and assessing lifting, carrying, feeding techniques of Mother and baby to prevent injuries. Another love of Katie’s is creating and leading baby sensory and activity classes to stimulate and enhance babies development and bond between Mother and child. In her spare time she loves to spend quality time with her family of four, exploring Asia and participating in CrossFit. Katie has a friendly, warm, welcoming smile and manner. She is committed, hardworking and has a great passion for helping people.


baby massage
breastfeeding relief
fit mama exercise and nutrition
pre and post natal massage
diastasis recti correction
Pelvic Floor Rehab
Laura O'ByrneSpecialist Senior Physiotherapist
Laura owns and runs Health2u with Bex Aldridge. She has worked in various clinical settings in both the United Kingdom and Singapore, where she spent three years at Jurong Health hospitals working in neuro-rehabilitation, geriatric, acute orthopaedic and musculo-skeletal departments. Laura has a very fun and lively manner which helps to motivate clients to exercise and participate in their physiotherapy. She is also a certified dry needling practitioner. Laura is one of our experts in pre and postnatal physiotherapy to relieve low back pain, sacroiliac pain and other pains associated with pregnancy. She also is experienced in correcting a Diastasis Recti and helping restore bladder control with pelvic floor exercises. She specialises in designing and putting programmes of physiotherapy into practice: therapeutic exercise; manipulations; massage; education; the use of electro-therapeutic and other modalities, with a focus on being active. She is also an experienced ergonomics assessor, on which subject she oversees set-ups and delivers talks. In her spare time, Laura enjoys Pilates, going to the gym and exploring South East Asia


baby massage
breastfeeding relief
pre and post natal massage
pre and post natal physio
diastasis recti correction
women's health physiotherapy
womens health physiotherapy
womens health & paediatric
Pelvic Floor Rehab
Rebecca AldridgeRehab & Exercise Specialist, Bone Conditioning Expert & Massage Therapist
Rebecca started Health2u in Singapore following the success of Physiocomestoyou Ltd in London and the UK which is still running strong. Both companies were developed to address the gap in the market for a professional service providing physiotherapy, massage and exercise to people at home and work. Rebecca has over 16 years of physiotherapy experience having qualified in 2002 and spent 7 years within teaching hospitals and at the same time completed a Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy. She is also trained in acupuncture, pilates and exercise rehab particulary of the pre natal and post natal exercise. Having a baby in Singapore Bex set up the Health2Mama branch of Health2u having realised the huge benefits of having a service that comes to you after birth and helps with things such as massage, breast massage to help milk supply, advice on feeding and lifting techniques around the home to help prevent back pain and chest tightness. This led to ‘The Recovery Session’ Being developed. There is also the Exercise programmes Rebecca has developed to help mothers correct any diastasis recti and get back to being fit, toned and their ideal weight again after birth while ensuring good pelvic floor control and protection of the diastasis recti. The sessions can be individual or of small groups of other mothers at your condo or home


breastfeeding relief
fit mama exercise and nutrition
pre and post natal massage
diastasis recti correction
services for pain and injury
Pelvic Floor Rehab

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