Fertility Massage and Reflexology Explained

Published: Jul 15, 2020
Edited by: Team TB

Fertility Massage and Reflexology

The idea of having a Fertility Massage has become rather popular across the world, yet, a distinct Fertility Massage treatment modality doesn’t really exist. Fertility massages are typically abdominal and genital organs massage or bodywork specializations, which focus on certain fertility health issues or infertility.

Some fertility massages include reflexology (or only use reflexology), typically Foot Reflexology, working on certain acupressure points around, on and under the feet, which correspond to the uterus, ovaries, testicles, prostate, and other reproductive organs, depending on what is worked on.

In any case, there are a number of abdominal and genital massage therapies that have become the foundation for natural fertility treatments. Think of massage modalities such as Chi Nei Tsang Abdominal Massage, Karsai Nei Tsang Genital Detox Massage, Juagen Manhood Massage, Urut Batin Genital Massage, Maya Abdominal Massage, Arvigo Abdominal Therapy, Thai Uterus or Womb Massage, Mizan Therapy, and Pelvic Floor Bodywork, just to name some examples.

Most fertility massages can be applied for both men and women, although, when looking around on the Internet, it seems there’s more interest and attention for fertility problems of women. Nevertheless, Fertility Massage modalities for men are plenty, and men can be equally well supported in resolving fertility issues.

Depending on the gender and the goal of a Fertility Massage or other natural hands-on fertility therapies, treatments focus on the abdominal, sacral (sacrum) and pelvic area, the uterus and ovaries, the testicles and prostate, with the aim of correctly repositioning and realigning reproductive and abdominal organs, releasing tissue knots, tangles and contractions, promoting blood and lymph detoxification, alleviating stress and trauma, and stimulating an optimal blood circulation to the genital organs.

The tools and techniques used are very diverse, mostly manual though, but in general a therapist may use all of his or her body parts, such as hands, fingers, arms, elbows, feet, knees, and such, sometimes also bringing in external tools, such as hot herbal compresses and herbal packs, prostate massagers, abdominal wraps, wooden sticks, props, hammer and chisel, and what not.

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