A relaxing and enjoyable way to increase blood flow to the reproductive organs, properly position the uterus, remove blockages and open the pelvic and hip region. Fertility massage combines the principles of Maya Abdominal Massage, acupressure and breath work to balance the hormonal system and support conception.
Your practitioner will customize your bodywork according to the stage of your menstrual cycle, using deeper abdominal work during the follicular phase (before ovulation) and focusing on relaxation during the luteal phase (after ovulation). In women, the pelvic region and reproductive organs tend to hold a lot of emotions. Expect your massage to be cleansing and detoxifying, physically and emotionally, leaving you with a deep sense of mental peace. Physical touch encourages the body to release oxytocin, contributing to increased pleasure. This massage is perfect for anyone desiring to conceive and can also be customized for pregnancy and postpartum care.
Out program educates you on what food and lifestyle habits to include and what to avoid to improve your chances of conceiving. Based on the most recent nutrition research and the wisdom of Asian dietary therapy, our holistic practitioners use an integrative approach that includes relaxation, exercise and food to nourish your body on all levels. By optimizing your weight, ensuring adequate vitamin intake from food and supplementation and introducing healthy lifestyle habits, The program will help you enhance your fertility and set the stage for a healthy pregnancy.
Harvard Medical School studied 18,000 women over a period of eight years to determine how diet impacts fertility. In this study, one in six women encountered challenges during their journey to conception. The Fertility Diet, outlines specific results as to what dietary and lifestyle habits can help women conceive: (1)
• Following a mostly plant-based diet
• Choosing high-fat dairy over low-fat dairy
• Taking a prenatal vitamin
• Regular exercise
• Avoiding trans fats, choosing healthy monounsaturated fats
• Choosing low-glycemic foods
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