Closing the Bones, or Mother Wrapping is a gorgeous and restorative therapy that every woman should experience.  It is THE perfect postnatal massage and gift for a New Mum.

Think delicious essential oils, gentle music, scattered rose petals and candles!

You will be rocked, nurtured and nourished from the inside out. You will be massaged  and held, enabling you to relax and release any tension held physically and emotionally. The session is personalised and can be incorporated with guided relaxation too.

A Nurturing and Healing Postnatal Massage

The entire experience will offer you deep nurture and will nourish the soul. We will soothe the senses and help to relax the mind and body, The hips and tummy are massaged lovingly before being wrapped in beautiful scarves helping to relax and release tension held and stored in the hips. We honour the amazing the transition that you have made into into Motherhood. 

90 mins £90 | Course of 3  £255 | Course of 6 £480 

Additional for home visits.

Closing the Bones is an opportunity to take some time out to be nourished and massaged with love. It is also deeply beneficial and used to honour life cycles and any transition in life. Perfect for the fourth trimester, Menarch, Menopause and everything in between.

I believe every woman should experience this nourishing therapy, weather given birth recently, years ago, or not at all. 

Why is it important to have Closing the Bones?

~Taking the time to be loved, held and nurtured just as you did when you carried and birthed your baby should be celebrated!

~In SO many cultures and traditions the 40 days postpartum period is a crucial time for postnatal care. Being cooked and cared for and massages. It's a time for 'mothering the mother' and to nurture her. A sacred time, allowing for relaxation, bonding, and an honouring of the transition into motherhood.

~More often than not within our culture, the focus is on what the baby wants and needs and our mums are almost expected to bounce back, put their every need last and even put aside.

Beyond the physical benefits of Closing the Bones, there is an energetic aspect too, creating the space for the mother to feel nurtured and safe and release emotions that may be held from pregnancy, birth and some of the feelings that come with motherhood.

The 'Closing' of a mothers hips and body help to release tension from the hip joints helping with pelvic instability and a 'closing' after what has been a very open and vulnerable time.

That whole 'Can't pour from an empty cup', well that could not be closer to the truth when you have another human to care for! The postpartum period is definitely a time that requires all of the love, nurture and surrender.

Read more about my experience learning this artful massage and thoughts on Closing the Bones!

If you have close friends and female family members we can create a circle with them present playing a special part and being there to hold and support you.***

This healing massage  can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home or in clinic.

Home visits cover: Boroughs of Enfield, Barnet and Haringey.

"I experienced the most amazing Closing the Bones session with Skevi. A traditional and very nurturing treatment for postpartum women - all I can say is I wish I'd known about it 9 years ago!! The massage bit was fantastic and really relaxing, then came the special hip rocking - and I can totally understand why it's so important postpartum. I'm a sports therapist and fitness instructor and I have spent years rectifying SIJ issues since my pregnancy all those years ago. I feel like a totally new woman! Thank you so much Skevi"

Amrit Theocharous, Winchmore Hill

"My Closing the Bones was one of the best massages I’ve ever had: thorough yet gentle, and she incorporated some extra areas of tension we’d talked about beforehand; afterwards I felt grounded and two inches taller. Skevi is a sweetheart and a total pro"

Anouk, Oxforshire

"I had the Closing the Bones postnatal Massage and would highly recommend! Really relaxing experience and, as Skevi comes to your home, it's really stress free and your baby can be involved too. My little one (who is 9 weeks old) lay on my chest and slept throughout - I think he enjoyed the whole experience too!

It definitely helped release tension in my hips and back and it was nice to have some 'me' time. Skevi was fantastic and even made me a cuppa before she left! A lovely experience for new mums!"

Lorraine McGee, Winchmore Hill