Maya Abdominal massage

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According to the Arvigo Massage Center: Maya Abdominal Massage is a non-invasive external massage technique to the abdomen and pelvis that helps to guide to the internal reproductive organs into their proper position, and relieve tension in the diaphragm. The massage improves organ function by releasing physical and emotional congestion, thereby helping to re-establish health in the pelvic region. Maya abdominal massage for the reproductive and digestive systems has been known and practiced for thousands of years, the technique having been passed down through an unbroken chain of midwives, healers and shaman, generation after generation, all over the world from Central America to Africa, Egypt and China. This knowledge has largely been forgotten or suppressed in this century. The technique, as practiced today, was developed by Dr Rosita Arvigo. Rosita moved to Belize from America in 1981 and set up a naprapathic (a branch of chiropractic) clinic with her husband. Two years later, she met and befriended one of the last of the traditional Maya shaman, Don Elijio Panti. After some persuasion, he agreed to take her on as his apprentice and over the next 10 years, imparted to her his wisdom of the healing plants of the rainforest, traditional massage, including the abdominal techniques and spiritual healing. Don Elijio passed away in 1996, aged 103. Since this time Rosita has taken the knowledge she learned from him, and combined it with her Western naprapathic and herbal training to form the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage. Some of the common symptoms, which can be helped by Maya Abdominal Massage and may indicate a displaced uterus, tight diaphragm or twisted pelvis include the following: Painful or irregular periods and ovulation – Dark, thick fluids at the beginning & end of menses – Amenorrhoea/Dismenorrhoea – Headaches/ Dizziness with menses – PMS – Endometriosis/Endometritis – Uterine polyps – Ovarian cysts/Fibroids – Vaginitis – Uterine infections – Hormonal imbalances – Difficult menopause – Painful intercourse – Infertility – Difficult pregnancy & delivery – Premature deliveries – Weak newborn infants – Lower back ache – Tired legs, numb feet/ Sore heals – Varicose veins – Chronic indigestion/Heartburn – Chronic constipation – Gastritis – Frequent or painful urination – Bladder infections

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