Arvigo Treatment for Fertility, Pregnancy and Postpartum Care
Ancient wisdom for a modern problem
How women can benefit from Arvigo treatment for fertility, pregnancy and postpartum care.
It has been estimated that approximately 30% of women who have been unsuccessful in conceiving, eventually conceive after a succession of Mayan abdominal therapy treatments. These sessions generally consist of massage, diet and lifestyle modifications, herbal therapies to enhance fertility, and in my case, also acupuncture and moxa.
After birth – often decades later – there may be problems that need solving. Your past structural, lymphatic and organ placement troubles may be easily, and gently massaged away by your – when taught how to do your own self care.
Once the uterus is in its optimal position, there is improved hemodynamics and homeostasis to support and enhance fertility.
Receiving Mayan abdominal massage throughout pregnancy can bring both relief and support to a growing uterus, as well as other discomforts sometimes experienced throughout the different trimesters. By continuing massage we are encouraging the stretching ligaments, as well as soothing the indigestion, and relieving pressure on the veins. which so often accompany pregnancy. Arvigo therapies for fertility, and especially pregnancy has shown that some women have experienced a smooth labour and a quicker second stage to birth.
Arvigo treatment for postpartum care is usually best for the mother to receive the first massage after the 6 week mark, but prior to this doing a tummy bind with the faja is ideal as this is a practice in Vietnamese, Chinese and South American cultures. What this does is support the uterus and other organs to return to their optimal position.
If you are a VBAC mother and would really love more of an opportunity to have a natural birth the second time round, this massage has been shown to decrease the need for a C-Section by strengthening and toning the uterus, ligaments and other pelvic organs, the massage helps to place and maintain the uterus to in the optimal position to prepare for labour.