Spa treatments you can enjoy during pregnancy

Mother to be treatPregnancy is almost certainly the most special period in any woman’s life.

However, months of morning sickness, mood swings and skin problems can take their toll and leave a number of mothers-to-be in need of some proper relaxation time.

Luckily, there is an easy solution.

Here at Ragdale Hall, we will welcome you with outstretched arms during your pregnancy (although we advise you visit during your second or third trimester to get the most out of your time), and offer you a number of packages designed with expectant mothers in mind.

Whether it’s Spa Day Package, The Ragdale Taster or The Ragdale Weekender, you are sure to enjoy your stay as you prepare for those sleepless nights and countless dirty nappies!

Treatments designed to boost your mood

Although some of our treatments are off limits to expectant mothers, especially during the first trimester, we can exchange your package treatments to give tired feet or hands some extra special attention.

During pregnancy, your skin will be pushed to its limits and can begin to lose its firmness, becoming susceptible to stretch marks.

Ragdale spa facialBy indulging in regular facials and body treatments throughout your pregnancy, though, you can soothe dry skin and relieve excess fluid from the ankles, feet and hands.

Additionally, our Elemis Nurturing Massage provides a dedicated massage for mothers-to-be, which involves the use of a special beanbag to ensure you’re comfortable and relaxed. It relieves tension in your upper back, reduces swelling in the hands and feet, and is topped off with a light facial.

Most of all, you’ll be glad of the opportunity to sit back, relax and do absolutely nothing as you enjoy an indulgent treatment from our highly skilled team.

If you like the sound of this and fancy getting away from it all for a while, get in touch with our reservations team today – they’re always happy to help.

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