Fertility massage, as it is performed today, is a version of that which ancient civilizations used to practise. It is only through the natural bonding between women that we have this knowledge today. However, today, in our fast-paced world of instant gratification, I feel it is so important for women to find an expert massage therapist, like myself, to help them reconnect to the massage techniques that these ancient civilizations pioneered.
External and internal body stresses can impede the natural function of the body in many ways, especially when it comes to maintaining the delicate balance of hormones required to create a baby.
The goal of fertility massage is to help create the ideal conditions for conception to take place and be maintained. Bringing the body into natural balance allows it to work more efficiently.
There are numerous techniques to assist a woman's fertility issues including massage. Fertility massage is just one of the treatments which should be used in combination with others to aid in beginning and maintaining a healthy pregnancy and the ultimate goal of a healthy baby.
Besides its role in fertility, massaging the abdomen assists with digestive issues and strengthens the bladder, helping to insure against the chance of incontinence in later life.
For this massage to be even more effective, a daily home routine is taught so that blood supply stimulation is continued uninterrupted, thus aiding healing and keeping the body in optimal state in between the professional treatments.
Benefits of fertility massage
Abdominal massage treats both the digestive and reproductive organs. During massage, endocrine glands are stimulated to help regulate hormones. Regular massages assist in increasing delivery of nourishment to all the organs. Circulating blood into the soft tissue helps eliminate toxins and support cellular health through oxygenation.
Massage of the colon cleanses it of stagnant waste. This eases pressure within the abdomen and aids in the absorption of nutrients.
Massage of the ovaries and fallopian tubes works to break down excess tissue from endometriosis, cysts, and fibroids, and helps to remove mucus that can block the tubes. This makes for easy passage of the egg during ovulation. Massage also breaks down scar tissue caused by infections or surgical procedures. Misalignment of the uterus can also be corrected with this gentle massage technique.
Aside from enhancing fertility, this massage therapy can also ease cramping or clotting during menstruation, ease symptoms of PMS, and regulate a woman’s cycle.
A holistic approach
Science has advanced our understanding of the body beyond that of our ancestors. Medical doctors can diagnose imbalances that contribute to infertility. There are various medical treatments to help couples conceive, such as hormone therapies, surgery, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization and more.
A holistic approach creates the healthiest environment for a baby to grow. A better eating plan increases water intake, vitamins, liquid-to-foods balance, gentle exercise, relaxation time – breathing time. Wanting to have a family is natural. Unfortunately for some, it can be a long and stressful journey. Stress is one of the main things to avoid when trying to become pregnant.
Massage gives us the opportunity to slow down, breathe, and get in touch with our bodies. It lowers the stress hormone, cortisol, and releases the love hormone, oxytocin. Not only does it create a better state of health for you and your future baby, but it feels good and makes you happy.
When it comes to fertility massage, you must be an active participant in the process. This massage therapy does not end when you leave the massage table. You will take with you tools to continue the healing yourself. With regular massage, women will find themselves feeling better and in most cases, achieving their dreams of motherhood.
Please note: all first appointments are minimum of R450.00 and take an hour including time to complete medical history and signature granting permission for treatments to be performed, which is required by Law.
If the appointment runs over this time you will be billed for extra time used @ R110 for 15 minutes.