*OUTCALLS ONLY - Prices listed are for WA & VA

(Travel/Set up fee of $20-60 will be added depending on distance and time of appointment.)

*average 60 min massage is $140-$200 depending on distance and time of day.

Massage w/ CHABA upon request only in WA state - $20 added charge.

Appointments between 9pm-8am have an added $200 charge

MUST PROVIDE YOUR OWN PILLOWS (minimum 3-4 pillows will be needed)




60 Minutes

Picture of Jen Chan from Jen Chan Mobile Massage giving client Prenatal

Prenatal massage uses specific techniques that can reduce discomforts of pregnancy as well as enhance the physiological and emotional well-being of both mother and fetus. Massage offers a safe, all-natural method of relief for common complaints including: fatigue, headaches, lower back pain, neck/shoulder tension, swelling of the extremities, loss of range motion, and mood swings. It can also increase circulation, lower blood pressure, and reduce stress on weight-bearing joints. Massage assists with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers. Depending on how far along the client is, this type of massage can be done using pillows (for comfort when lying on her stomach) or, more often, in a side lying position. Massage can be helpful during the pregnancy and the postpartum period. While it can be provided throughout the pregnancy, some may recommend waiting until the second trimester before receiving massage. I’ve had many women come to my table during their first trimester without any issues, but I’m not a doctor. In my personal opinion, massage is safe  if provided by a therapist with advanced prenatal training. As of this writing, I am unaware of any research stating that it is not safe. I recommend consulting with your doctor prior to receiving a prenatal massage.