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Complimentary therapies in pregnancy

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Midwifeportsmouth Thu 30-Nov-17 14:29:19

Hello mummies,

So I'm a midwife in Portsmouth and I'm thinking of starting up a part time sideline in complimentary therapies in the area such as:
Moxibustion to help turn breech babies
Pregnancy massage
Therapies to help combat nausea and to help induce post dates pregnancies.
My question is:
How many of you would be interested in this sort of thing? Would you pay around £35-45 for this kind of thing in your pregnancy?

Hortonlovesahoo Sat 30-Dec-17 21:05:17

Yes, yes , a thousand times yes. I paid 60€ for a bad pregnancy massage as I was desperate for someone who specialised and understood the differences needed with a pregnant woman.

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