Hello, this is Rebecca (former APM therapist). Wow, what wonderful reviews. Thank you! I wanted to let everyone know that APM has closed and has been replaced by Magnolia Pregnancy Resources. MPR offers all the same services with all the same great practitioners in the same location. Check us out at www.MagnoliaPregnancy.com I look forward to seeing you all again soon!
Posted: 12/16/2011 • Last edited: 1/12/2012 • Link to this review
Fantastic! The environment was very peaceful and you feel completly enveloped in peace and warmth. The aromatherapy in the room just adds to the mood. You feel completly comfortable, despite your growing baby bump, when they use the maternity pillows to support your entire body. Honestly, it's hard to leave afterwards! Rebecca did such a great job with the massage, which I desperatly needed, but she also answered so many questions that I had as a soon-first-time mom. She was very knowledgeable in the changes that happen during pregnancy, the different exercises that can be done as well as birthing/labor classes and tips/tricks for new mommies. The visit was comforting on a lot of levels. I'm planning to schedule my next massage right now!
Posted: 7/05/2011 • Link to this review
I received a massage from Rebecca, and I am already looking forward to the next one! I have received pregnancy massages at a major spa in Atlanta and this place was definitely better. Rebecca specializes in this, so she knows how to make you comfortable and feel at ease. My back and hips felt SO much better afterwards, and I was really relaxed. She also gave me really good tips on sleeping positions and exercises to help relieve muscle tension. This was the first time I'd had a massage lying on my side, but I really didn't miss a thing. I will definitely be seeing her a couple more times before the baby gets here!
Posted: 6/17/2011 • Link to this review
My midwife suggested I visit APM in the last weeks of my pregnancy. I went the week I was due. On the way in, I was achy and stiff in my joints. After an hour massage with Rebecca, my limbs moved with ease, and there was no pain in my joints. She was ontime and thorough. The facility is clean and calming. I definitely recommend them for pre- and post-pregnancy aches and pains.
Posted: 6/16/2011 • Link to this review
I have horrific migraines and started NMT as a way to proactively treat my migraines/muscle issues. APM has been professional, helpful and courteous, providing relief and consultation on life outside of massage. I STRONGLY recommend their services.
Posted: 6/15/2011 • Link to this review
One morning I woke up with terrible muscle cramps on my shoulder blade. Probably from sleeping on my sides as I am now 20 weeks prego. I got a pregnancy massage and it fixed me right up and the cramps haven't come back almost a week later! Awesome!
Posted: 3/31/2011 • Link to this review
I went to APM at 34.5 weeks pregnant, suffering from lower back and hip pain. Rebecca made me forget all about that for the hour I was on the table. Usually when I lay in a side-lying position, my hips hurt more but whether it was the way she positioned the pillows or the work she was doing, I felt more relaxed that I have in months. Rebecca was very friendly as well as skilled at her trade. I'll definitely be going back.
Posted: 3/27/2011 • Link to this review
If you are pregnant and need a real prenatal massage then go to Sita! I have been to so many Spa's but they just dont meet the cut when it comes to prenatal massage. They are almost afraid to work on your body and address your pains instead you end up with a Swedish massage. Sita really is awesome! She addressed my lower back and shoulder muscles so beautifully, I feel great! Her trigger point massage is so effective. Thank you Sita! Looking forward to my next appointment.
Posted: 8/20/2010 • Link to this review
I'm amazed, I thought being pregnant was just destined to be very uncomfortable. Wow, was I so wrong. Sita and Renatta are so incredible. I'm only 30 weeks into my third pregnancy and I'm more comfortable than I was when I was three weeks. I would recommend either of these magicians if you're pregnant.
Posted: 7/28/2010 • Link to this review
I am not one for writing reviews, but had such a great experience.. I felt I had to!! I am a physician and honestly have never tried alternative therapies. My partner and I are trying to conceive through IUI. I know my chances are slim because I have endometriosis and had my right ovary removed because of it. I thought it couldn't hurt to try a fertility massage and it was unbelievable. Sita was very welcoming to my partner and even taught her all of the techniques. She is extremely knowledgeable and walked us through each step of the massage, explaining what she was doing and what the benefits were. She watched as my partner copied her moves and provided guidance and feedback. The reflexology part of the massage was the most impressive. The area on my foot that represents the right ovary (the one that had to be removed) was extremely sensitive and painful. I found that fascinating. I think I am a believer now! Thanks again Sita for such a great experience and for taking the time to teach my partner your amazing techniques.
Posted: 7/23/2010 • Link to this review
What an amazing experience I had with Atlanta Pregnancy Massage. Sita Romero is the most experienced masseuse I have ever been on the table for. She hit nuscles I didn't even know I had! Her wonderful presence and her amazing skill left me feeling so warm and relaxed- I can't wait to go back again! I know I will be in good hands.
Posted: 5/26/2010 • Link to this review
I've been all over, I've had dozens of massages. I've not had a massage as good as the one from Sita. I had my massage two days ago, and I haven't felt this good almost since I got pregnant. She truly is a miracle worker. I will definitely, definitely, definitely be coming back throughout my pregnancy and probably beyond.
Posted: 5/26/2010 • Link to this review
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