A women's abdomen/pelvic (dan tein, yoni, pum-pum), region is the foundation for our stability. It holds our emotions, deepest pains, and yet so important because it has the awesome responsibility for bringing forth life to this world.





Pregnancy massage can be beneficial in many ways such as  reduce back pain, joint pain, muscle tension, headaches, stress and anxiety. While at the same time Improved circulation, for oxygenation of soft tissues and muscles and aide in better sleep.

Massage is available to deliver pain relief to female clientele with PMS. Whether using heat therapy, acupressure, abdominal massage, aromatherapy or any variation, bodyworkers can reduce uterine spasms without hormone therapy or surgery.

Massage with focus on promoting contraction and returning the uterus to its normal position. A stomach routine with extra time kneading the uterine area.  Contractions don’t stop when the baby is born, but continued massage until the uterus has regained its non-pregnant size and position.  This will help bring hormonal balance back to mom and decrease stressors that are associate with being unbalanced and will help the blood flow.


Scar tissue and adhesions are the result of our body's natural healing process and it occurs both internally and externally. Once the wound are healed massage can help to deminish scars and adhesions.  Massaging your scars (c-sections, bikini cuts, tummy tuck, breast surgery) in a direction that is perpendicular to the line of the scar can help to remodel the scar and ensures that the collagen fibers of the scar are aligned properly. 

 Myofascial release (MFR)  is also used  to manage scar tissue and the adhesions that may accompany scar tissue. The technique motions are slow and the pressure is usually light to moderate depending on the density.

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