H.A.R.T. Method Mayan Abdominal Therapy?

Holistic Abdominal Relief Therapy, Kimberly Hart first learned this amazing healing method from the Maya tradition. Often known as Maya Abdominal Therapy, this technique traditionally helps reproductive health, fertility, digestive issues, urinary challenges, back pain and many other concerns. Mayan abdominal massage is a deeply relaxing therapy focusing on the low back and abdomen.  It guides the uterus and abdominal organs back into position and improves the flow of blood, lymph, nerve impulses and energy flow to assist your body’s natural self healing.

After receiving a M.A.T. Massage, it is important to practice self care techniques at home. This empowers you to influence and promote your own healing, and take responsibility for your own health.  A few minutes of self-massage a day is key to permanently repositioning the uterus and resolving long-term problems with out the need for extended professional treatment.

 

Symptoms that can be improved by M.A.T. Massage

  • Painful or irregular periods

  • Fertility challenges

  • Ligament pain during periods

  • Fibroids or cysts

  • Digestive disorders or food sensitivities

  • Urgent urination or constipation

  • Low libido

  • C-section or hysterectomy scar complications

  • Challenges transitioning to menopause

  • Tension or pain after traumatic birth or assault

 

BODY MAINTENANCE

Self care home practices will be recommended and explained and assigned at the end of your session to help promote wellness between sessions.

52% of body maintenance is amplified with home care:

Nutrition, blood building foods, Detox baths, Relaxing castor oil packs, Vaginal steams, Guided meditation. Flower essences. Herbal remedies. Belly wrapping which is traditionally called a faja in the mayan culture

 "The uterus is the woman's center. If her uterus is not in proper position & in good health nothing in her life will be right. She will be as out of balance as her uterus.

- Don Elijio Panti. (The great Mayan Shaman of Belize)

"The uterus is a women's "second brain" and comprises the spiritual center of her being." 

- Rosita Arvigo