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“Babymoon“ at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius for Perfect Pregnancy Pampering.


Dedicated pregnancy massages and soothing Spa treatments provide the ideal tonic for mums-to-be.

Mauritius, - -With the dramatic changes on the body during pregnancy and an overwhelming number of thoughts racing through an expectant mother’s mind, it’s essential to ensure time for rest and relaxation, which is exactly what is on offer during a “Babymoon” at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita.

To pinpoint the key areas of physical discomfort and stress, the Mauritius resort has introduced dedicated maternity massages at its Spa, with a choice of the Pregnancy Relaxation Massage (60 or 90 minutes) and the Pregnancy Body Balancing Massage (120 minutes). Combining gentle but firm rhythmic compression techniques with therapeutic massage strokes, the Pregnancy Relaxation Massage is the perfect way to relieve stress, while the lengthier, more advanced Pregnancy Body Balancing Massage eases discomfort through structural rebalancing, releases tension and stabilizes posture, all of which help to promote an early and healthy recovery.

The pregnancy massages are available to women in their second and third trimester and these mums-to-be can opt for further pampering by adapting existing treatments from the overwater Spa’s menu, with all therapists having been trained by world-class maternity massage experts. Ranging from locally-inspired treatments such as the Coconut and Aloe Vera Island Ritual to a Coconut Exfoliation or body conditioning treatments, expectant mothers can enjoy hours of rejuvenation. While for women in their first trimester, choices include a wide range of renewing facials, manicures and pedicures, as well as the newly launched and deeply relaxing Vaishaly Experience.

Away from the Spa, four restaurants, three secluded beaches and exclusively pool villa accommodation make for the perfect retreat ahead of welcoming a new arrival, with the Resort’s team of chefs on hand to cater to any specific dietary requirements that may be a priority during pregnancy.


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