Self-Care Fertility Massages

Published: Oct 22, 2020 | Updated: Feb 14, 2021

Self-Care Fertility Massages

Self-care fertility massages are taught around the world and are self-massage treatments designed for women who are trying to get pregnant.

Just like a Fertility Massage given by a qualified therapist, a fertility self-massage works mainly on/in the abdominal region and with the reproductive organs.

Additionally, a self-massage can also include applying acupressure on certain points around the feet, a form of reflexology, with the idea that these (acupressure) points correspond with the uterus, ovaries and other reproductive organs.

It’s thought that fertility self-massage can come to help to reposition a tilted uterus, increase blood circulation to the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes, diminish painful cramps, diminish stress and anxiety, break up adhesions and scar tissue, strengthen reproductive organs and the endocrine system, detox the liver, and combat irregular periods, to name some of the health benefits.

Some well-known abdominal massages, such as, for instance, Chi Nei Tsang Abdominal Massage, Mizan Therapy or Maya Abdominal Massage can be learned to apply for oneself.

You will also find some massage treatment or training providers who have specifically developed a fertility self-care treatment. An example of such a treatment modality is Self Fertility Massage™.

In any case, it’s of course wise to officially learn to do a fertility self-massage and not to just ”try.” The genital and abdominal area worked on is an important and complicated part of one’s body and needs proper handling.

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