Free Labor Support Seminars - A Natural Way to a Reduce the Stress and Pain of Child Birth

Fall River, MA (PressExposure) July 21, 2008 -- Nationally Certified and Licensed Massage Therapist, Catherine Ellis is offering free labor support seminars for pregnant women and their partners on the topic of how to safely use massage to enhance their pending labor experience. The seminars will be held in her office located at 456 Rock Street, Fall River, MA at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22 and again on Tuesday, July 28th.

The physiological changes that accompany pregnancy require specific adaptations of massage methods to ensure the safe delivery of benefit and relief. After her own recent labor experience, Ms. Ellis sought professional training specific to pregnancy massage so that she could teach expectant women and their partners how to minimize the stress and pain of labor and maximize the inherent joy of the birth experience.

“Giving birth is one of the most memorable experiences a woman will have in her life,” states Ms. Ellis, “and these techniques can help make sure it also joyful and stress free. The techniques I teach offer a huge additional benefit to the traditional labor classes that most people take; the greatest benefit, is that they allow the woman’s body to work in a more natural and less stressed way throughout the labor process.”

These techniques require the assistance of another person, so labor coaches should attend the seminar also. Although the seminars are free, space is limited so registration is required.

To register contact Catherine Ellis at 774-930-2988 or for more information visit [].

About Catherine Ellis Massage and Energy Therapy

Catherine Ellis is a nationally certified (NCBTMC) and licensed Massage Therapist and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).

Massage Therapy is safe and effective in all three trimesters of pregnancy, only when the therapist has had additional, specialized training. Catherine holds an additional certification in Mother Massage, to safely nurture and support the mother through all stages of pregnancy and postpartum recovery.

Her other interests include herbalism, aromatherapy, fiber arts, and camping. Catherine is a wife, mother, beekeeper, and promotes ecologically responsible living.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 20, 2008 at 12:10 am
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