What is womb massage?
A traditional reproductive care is thousands of years old and still present in many cultures around the world.
Also known as mayan massage, arvigo technique, fertility massage, mizan therapy or simply abdominal-sacral massage.
These massages improve pelvic blood circulation providing a nourishing and relaxing massage.
Womb massage is an external massage to the abdomen and sacral (lower back) area.
How does womb massage help?
Are you having a problem with your periods and just be putting up with it?
Have you been trying to get pregnant?
Do you feel out of sync with your menstural cycle?
Womb massage is empowering and I can teach you how to look after your womb.
It enhances fertility and address reproductive and digestive disorders.
- Helps alignment of womb
- Helps repair tired, weak muscles & ligaments
- Flushes old fluids from the womb
- Stimulates nourishing blood flow to womb
- Eases pelvic pains
- Reduces cramping with periods
- Relaxes pelvic and abdominal muscles
- Eases back pain particularly that associated with menstruation
- Helps repair scar tissue
- Supports lymphatic flow around the pelvic organs
- Moves stagnant blood which can cause blockages.
- Increases blood flow to ovaries
- Supports regular menstrual cycle
- Improves digestion of food
- Encourages regular bowel habits
- Eases constipation
- Manages uncomfortable menopausal symptoms
Womb massage is very effective and support to womens health.
I regularly use womb massage to help women with
- Periods problems
- Digestive health
- Difficult menopause
- Pelvic pain
- Postnatal care
- Cesarean section recovery
Holisitic Health Consultation
Before your womb massage treatment, I ask you to complete a confidential intake form.
I generally ask questions about periods, medications, diet, stress and lifestyle, and then offer advice and support.
I offer these consultations online and via phone for those who want support and direction in getting their reproductive health back on track.
We will discuss how to improve your situation, I will make some recommendations.
Commonly I suggest vaginal steaming because it supports pelvic health so well and it’s very relaxing and soothing.
I trained in Mizan Therapy in Summer of 2016 with Bushra in London. And I’ve taken additional Mizan courses of pregnancy and postnatal care.
I am not on the mizan Practitioner list because I choose not to pay membership
Interested? Do you want to make an appointment or find out more how this treatment can help you? Send me a message or call me.