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Pregnancy and Postpartum Massage Surrey/Delta

Relaxation massage in your home, pregnancy or postpartum.

Pregnancy and Postpartum massage in Delta and Surrey. Relaxation in your own home.

You are in your last few weeks of pregnancy and are coming home from a busy day.  Your feet ache, your back is hurting, and your whole body feels exhausted.  The last place you want to go is out again to another appointment.  Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to have a full body massage for relaxation in your own home, and then after, slip into a nice warm bath and bed?

The last few weeks and days, or even hours of pregnancy can be tricky, especially if there is pain in the body, and an intense desire to have the baby out!  Research shows us that the best way to avoid unnecessary interventions is by letting the baby come out in his or her own time.  Massage can be a pivotal ingredient to self care and baby care in the last moments of pregnancy to help manage stress, and make coping much easier as you let baby take the time he or she needs to fully develop.

Relaxation during labour is key to progression, and is included with any doula package.

Postpartum massage has been a traditional custom in many cultures for generations.  The benefit of relaxation for mom in the postpartum ripples throughout the family, and is considered to be essential care in many Asian traditions.  Of course travel outside of the home in these early days of baby’s arrival may be challenging or even undesirable, and therefore I am happy to be able to bring massage to your home.

I have been trained by the most wonderful massage therapist for pregnant women in the Lower Mainland, (perhaps the world!), Paula Jaspar.  If you have a pregnancy condition that would benefit from a Registered Massage Therapist, then this is the wonderful woman you should be seeing.  I was however wise enough to learn under her guidance, and gain her certification for pregnancy, labour and postpartum massage, (for relaxation purposes only).  I am happy to bring my services to women in the perinatal period, and of course extend those services to everyone in the family.

Prenatal and Postnatal Massage

“Corina came to my house for my prenatal and postnatal massage. It was a wonderful experience. She also gave me tips on how to massage and bathe my baby. I loved having my sessions with her as she made me feel very comfortable and relaxed”. Anu

Prices are 65/hour to come to your home.

A package of 10 is 600.00  or 778-318-9417 to book time.









Doula Package

Doula Package

A doula package that covers your family’s needs throughout the journey of birth.

Knowing that we connect is important to a family’s feeling of safety, and therefore I like to meet for tea.Once we have decided to proceed, we will have an initial prenatal meeting.  This may last around 90 minutes.  You may add a massage to this package for an initial 50 dollars, which will be an additional 60 minutes.

Your family’s birth will be marked as a priority on my calendar.  The initial retainer fee of 300 dollars will claim your spot.  I will remain on call for your family for a total of 5 weeks, from week 37-42 of your pregnancy.  During this time I am available day and night for your questions and concerns.  I am to be used as a resource, and will share with you all of my resources.

Once you go into labour, you are encouraged to connect day or night to let me know.  I will come to be with you as soon as you are ready for me.  I will stay available to your family for the entirety of your birth, until approximately and hour after the baby is born, or when you are ready.

We will meet again one time in the postpartum, usually for about an hour to 90 minutes.  Again, massage services may be added to this visit for an additional charge of 50 dollars.

The total package without massage is 1000.oo dollars.

E-mail me at or 778-318-9417 to chat further, or to set up an initial meeting.




Corina Bye lives in North Delta.  She provides services to families in Surrey and Delta.

You can e-mail her at

to arrange a free consultation.

Or call 778-318-9417





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