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Hi, howdy.
I am a massage therapist and I was wondering if any of you mommies have experienced pregnancy massages on a prego pillow.
I work at a spa where we use a system of "Body Cushions" to allow for prenatal massage in the face down (prone) position. I was wondering how they stack up (comfort wise) to something called the "prego pillow".
If anyone knows the difference I would appreciate some feedback.
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replied January 31st, 2009
Prego Pillow
Yes they are great. I am a massage therapist as well and a pregnant woman and they are soo comfortable.
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replied December 12th, 2009
prenatal massage table
The salon I go to has a special massage table for pregnant women. It's made by Close Horizon and works great because it allows me to lay face down with the stomach supported.
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