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Juno Maya Offers In-home Prenatal and Postpartum Spa Services for Atlanta Moms

Juno Maya, Atlanta maternity wellness spa, at-home spa, pregnancy massage, postpartum massage

 

Update: Juno Maya Spa has closed. But there is a need for in-home prenatal and postpartum spa services in Atlanta.

There were days in my pregnancy when I just wanted to stay home and get pampered. I felt the same way shortly after I delivered A.J. I was stuck in the house and breastfeeding round-the-clock. Looking back, I wish I would have planned to take a moment to regroup emotionally and physically with a postpartum massage. Here’s an opportunity to learn from my experience.

A new maternity wellness spa in Atlanta is offering fertility, prenatal and postpartum spa services in the comfort of your home. Juno Maya uses natural and toxin-free products that a safe for pregnancy and the unborn child. Below you’ll find links to Juno Maya’s services, rave reviews from past clients and a special discount offer for mentioning Mommy Talk Show when you book an appointment for yourself or a friend.

Services & Service area

Besides massage therapists, Juno Maya’s staff includes a lactation consultant, licensed counselor and a reiki engery specialist. They all serve you by appointment in the comfort of your Atlanta-area home.

Juno Maya services areas of metropolitan Atlanta including Decatur, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Alpharetta, Smyrna, Roswell, Dunwoody, Norcross, Vinings, Virginia Highlands, Inman Park.

Juno Maya, Atlanta maternity wellness spa, at-home spa, pregnancy massage, postpartum massageTestimonials from Juno Maya clients

Juno Maya came along at exactly the right time – I’m pregnant with my second child, and having natural, in home spa services has been wonderful.  I love the fact that I don’t have to drive anywhere, and after the massage or other treatment, I’m already home, so I can continue to relax without fighting traffic.  The staff has been very professional, courteous, and punctual, with just the right amount of personal interaction. After several in-home massages, I’m looking forward to trying some of their additional services. ~ B.B. in Decatur

The in-home experience was awesome- no driving either way! Especially after the massage- I just made some hot tea and lay on the couch for a while after my massage….The techniques for getting out the sore muscles were A1. The customer service was incredible from beginning to end with follow up to ensure my experience was awesome – and it was. ~ H.C. Atlanta

Benefits of prenatal massage

According to the American Pregnancy Association the benefits of prenatal massage include:

  • Stress reduction
  • Improved sleep
  • Better circulation
  • Reduction in back pain, headaches and nerve pain
If your pregnancy is high-risk, talk to your midwife or OB to discuss whether it’s safe for you to have a prenatal massage.

Special discount offer

Mention Mommy Talk Show and receive a one hour in-home Prenatal or Postpartum Massage plus the signature Stretch Mark Therapy and Prevention treatment for only $75 (a $105 value) when you book an appointment by February 28, 2012.

Call 404-883-1478 to schedule your appointment today!

Follow Juno Maya on Facebook and Twitter for pregnancy and post-partum news and to stay up-to-date on plans to open a new Atlanta location in 2012. Use the social sharing tools below to Tweet, Like and Share this story with a mommy friend!

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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