Benefits of Womb Massage

9 May, 2023

If you’re trying to conceive, or just want to support your reproductive health, consider womb massage because there are many benefits. This practice has been used for centuries to promote fertility, ease menstrual pain, and support overall reproductive health.


I’ve got to admit that womb massages were a key part of my journey to overcome endometriosis, fibroids, cysts and repairing scar tissue, so I cannot recommend it enough for women at any stage of the womb connection journey.


 I’m going to share a bit about womb massage benefits and how to find a practitioner to help you.


What is Womb Massage?

Womb massage, also known as abdominal massage, abdominal sacral massage, mayan massage, fertility massage and others, is a gentle and non-invasive therapy that involves the manipulation of the abdominal area. The aim is to improve circulation and lymphatic flow, release tension and adhesions, and encourage the body to heal itself.


The massage includes various techniques, such as myofascial release, deep tissue massage and acupressure. You can do some simple techniques to yourself at home, circular movements in a clockwise direction or a simple tummy rub has benefits; it all helps to get the blood moving.


Womb Massage supports blood flow in the pelvis

Womb massage can help to increase blood flow and nutrient delivery to the reproductive organs, which is essential for optimal fertility. This helps to repair damaged tissues from endometriosis, cysts, and fibroids and the nutrients offer support for a strong nourishing womb.


Improved circulation can also help to break down adhesions and scar tissue, which can interfere with conception and cause menstrual pain.


By improving circulation and lymphatic flow, womb massage can help to balance hormone levels. This is important for regulating the menstrual cycle and supporting healthy ovulation. Womb massage supports digestive health which helps remove excessive toxins from the body, and this sometimes needs a nudge or rub to get the blood flowing.


Reduces Stress and Anxiety

Womb massage can be super relaxing and can help to reduce stress and anxiety. Stress can have a negative impact on fertility, so reducing stress levels can be beneficial for conception. Womb massage always includes work on the digestive system. Did you know that digestive health has a direct correlation with our mental well-being? Your mind is going to respond well to you actively doing something about your womb health, helping with stress-related bloating too.


Supports Emotional Healing

If you’ve experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, or sexual trauma, womb massage can be a helpful tool for emotional healing. Womb massage helps to release emotional blockages, promoting a sense of relaxation and wellness. Womb massage is supportive in helping you to heal and reconnect with your womb.


What to expect from womb massage

Womb massage is a gentle and non-invasive therapy that can offer many benefits for reproductive health.


I have seen sisters overcome endometriosis, fibroids, cysts, adenomyosis, infertility, blocked fallopian tubes, reoccurring miscarriages, awful periods, and constant bleeding.


I don’t want to mislead you. There is more to womb healing than having a womb massage. It takes a holistic approach that includes mind-body-soul lifestyle changes. This contributes to the healing success of the sisters who succeed.


And when you first start massages they can be a little uncomfortable as the adhesions break up, blood starts to flow freely and the toxins are released, dont worry its normal and the discomfort be helped with consistency and the application of castor oil packs.


The key to womb healing is consistency.


Ask yourself how long have you not been looking out for your womb? It’s going to take some time of effort and continual holistic self-care to get the results you desire.


If you want to have some control of your womb health and want to see some lasting changes consider starting a womb healing journey and get in touch for support.


Looking for a womb worker?

If you’re interested in trying womb healing, it’s important to find a practitioner who has experience in this area. If you’re looking for an experienced practitioner in London, reach out to me.


As a specialist in womb wellness and massage, I can guide you through the process and provide personalised support.


If you are not in my locality, we can connect virtually with holistic wellness consultation. These are tailored sessions and includes self-care action plans and directions.


Habibah 🌸

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