Grow in Health

Pre and Perinatal massage and Yoga therapy

Lakshmi specializes in pre and perinatal massage and yoga therapy so help those people preparing for pregnancy and birth move through this time with strength, courage, ease, and confidence. Lakshmi uses her over 20 years of experience working with pre and perinatal birthing people to meet each person where they are at, and to help them realize their goals for their pregnancy and birth. She uses techniques like CranioSacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, breathing, meditation, Somatic Experiencing, and yoga to help those who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant to connect to their own bodies and their baby in a safe and present way. 

Lakshmi also specializes in helping those who have suffered miscarriages, birth trauma, and other forms of grief to recover through somatic therapies like massage, yoga, the Safe and Sound Protocol and Somatic Experiencing. 

Lakshmi is also currently working on her certification with Postpartum Support International's Pre and Perinatal Mental Health Affiliate Certification and the Association of Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Health's Educator program. She will complete these by the fall.

These therapies can help with muscle tension, joint pain, anxiety, grief, depression, preparation for labor and the postpartum period, preparing for conception, and the challenges of pregnancy including back pain, posture changes, sleep issues, and swelling.  

Lakshmi tailors each session to the individual's needs and goals. Known for her sensitivity and intuition about what the body needs, Lakshmi's sessions are powerful and effective while guiding the client into a state of deep relaxation and release. She focuses on trusting the body's inherent intelligence and ability to unwind and heal. 

Sessions are 60 or 90 minutes In-person only $130 for 60, $160 for 90. Sessions are available Friday-Sunday.

All sessions are performed at A New Day Integrative Health and Wellness 1148 Executive Circle Unit 3,

Cary, NC 27511

Anyone moving through the pre or perinatal period deserves support, compassion, to be seen and heard and respected, and to feel their best.