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We elegantly fuse all of our modalities together, creating a harmonious symphony of healing within your fertility massage experience.

The Fertility Massage 

Our abdominal therapies are a gentle, non-invasive external technique aimed at aligning internal abdominal organs to enhance overall health and well-being. By addressing congestion and blockages, it facilitates improved circulation of chi and fluids in the circulatory, lymphatic, and nervous systems, potentially preventing chronic disease progression. We have studied with many different teachers including Dr.Rosita Arvigo at The Abdominal Therapy Collective and Claire Marie Miller.

Our techniques focuses on releasing physical and emotional congestion from the abdomen, particularly by gently repositioning the uterus, which can become mal-positioned due to various factors such as ligament strain or past surgeries. Symptoms of a displaced uterus can range from painful periods to infertility.


During a session, the practitioner applies techniques to the abdomen, hips, spine, and related areas based on individual needs. 


Causes of a displaced uterus:


  • Injury to the sacrum or tailbone from a fall, car accidents, etc.

  • Pelvic ligaments that have weakened due to overstretching during pregnancy and birth.

  • High Impact exercise, running on cement surfaces, high impact aerobics, etc.

  • Lifting & carrying heavy objects before or during menstruation and too soon after childbirth.

  • Time and gravity.

  • Past surgeries.

  • Weak pelvic floor muscles.

  • Chronic muscle spasm around the low back and sacrum.

  • Emotional armoring from abuse at any time in life.


Symptoms of a displaced uterus encompass:


  • Painful or irregular periods; painful or irregular ovulation.

  • Dark or brown blood at the onset and at the end of menstruation.

  • Headache or migraine with period.

  • Varicose veins of the legs and/or tired, weak or numb legs.

  • Low backache; back pain with period.

  • More serious imbalances including: Endometriosis, Uterine Fibroids, and Uterine Polyps.

  • PMS/ depression.

  • Frequent urination; bladder infections, incontinence.

  • Recurrent vaginal infections.

  • Chronic miscarriages.

  • Difficulty getting pregnant/Infertility.

  • Painful intercourse.

  • Chronic constipation.

  • Difficult menopause.


Fertility Massage can support various stages of treatment, including:


  •  In-Vitro Fertilization

  •  IUI

  • Pre/Post Embryo Transfer

  • PCOS

  • Endometriosis

  • Unexplained Infertility

  • Decreased Ovarian Reserve/High FSH

  • Uterine or Bladder Prolapse

  • Preparation for Implantation or Transfer

  • Congested Pelvis

  • Older Patients

  • Concurrent Clomid/Letrizole Treatment

  •  Hypothyroid and Hormonal Issues

  • Irregular Menstrual Cycles

  • Adhesions in the Pelvic and Abdominal Area

  • Displaced/Tilted Uterus

  • Uterine Recovery From Multiple IUI or IVF Treatments

  • Miscarriage Recovery


Fertility Massage has been reported to:


  • Increase circulation to the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.

  • Break up adhesions and scar tissue in the fallopian tubes and reproductive system.

  • Bring fresh, oxygenated blood to the eggs, helping to nourish and increase egg health.

  •  Help the body to rid itself of old stagnant blood and tissues remaining from endometriosis and sluggish menstruation.

  • Promote hormonal balance by strengthening the feedback loop between the pituitary, hypothalamus, and ovaries ovaries which controls the levels of hormones produced.

  • Help to clear congestion which may show up as cramping during menstruation, ovarian pains, cysts, endometriosis, and unexplained infertility.

  • Help restore natural balance to your body.

  • Feel more connected emotionally and spiritually.

  • Include natural and holistic support on your fertility journey.

  • Decrease the stress hormones that dominate and allow the wisdom of the body to create a safe place for creating a baby.

    Text adopted with permission from Dr. Rosita Arvigo, Our services  are offered as a supportive modality to enhance health and wellness, and are not meant as an entire approach to health care. If you have any serious medical conditions, please consult your health care provider first.

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