Provide Post-Natal Massage

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SkillsFuture Credit Eligible
PSEA and UTAP Eligible

Course Overview

Post-Natal Massage Course

Post-Natal Massage course training focuses on post-maternity massage.  Post-Natal massage is a massage after pregnancy. This form of massage is meant to give both mental and physical relief to mothers who have just given birth, among other things. The post-natal massages are therapeutic and targeted to ease the body, helping in relieving body aches and aiding in recovery after delivery.

Course Title

Provide Post-Natal Massage

Course Objectives

To equip therapists with knowledge and application skills to provide post-natal massage at a spa or massage establishment.

Provide Post-Natal Massage

Post-Natal Course Content

On completion of this unit, participants will have the knowledge and skills in providing post-natal massage and be able to apply them at the workplace. These include:

  • Carry out pre-treatment activities
  • Consult with client
  • Perform post-natal massage
  • Carry out post-treatment activities

Benefits of Post-Natal Massage

1. Faster Recovery

  • When the body is cut or wounded, for example through a cesarean birth, blood clots form to prevent further blood loss. When this happens, the other blood vessels deliver nutrients and oxygen which promotes healing. Postnatal massage after cesarean will speed up your recovery time because these types of massages increase blood circulation, and the more nutrients and oxygen that are delivered to the wound, the faster it will heal.

2. Improved Mental Health

  • It is no surprise that the body takes a mental toll after giving birth. After all, pregnancy causes hormone imbalance and an increase in the ‘stress hormone’ named cortisol. These massages help new mothers to relax and unwind, reducing cortisol levels and promoting good mental health.

3. Increased milk production

  • Post-natal massages releases oxytocin which helps the mother to relax, opening up and unclogging her ducts, thereby increasing the flow and production of milk.


Participants who fulfil all requirements will be certified with a Certificate issued by WISC – Workforce International skills certification.

See more Spa & Massage Courses , including Infant Massage Course and Pre-Natal Massage Course.

Course Feature

Course Feature

Course Provider: Singapore Spa Institute Pte. Ltd.
UEN: 200900211D
Course Reference Number: TGS-2021006869
Mode Of Training: Classroom
Funding Validity Period: Until 30 May 2024

Singaporean 40 yrs and above$546.00
Singaporean 21-39 yrs / PR$826.00
Duration6 days
(47.75 hours)

Available in: English

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