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Natural Fertility Therapy

Fertility massage combines a series of techniques that are used to help support the reproductive health, menstrual cycle, and fertility system. A natural and effective way to boost fertility while at the same time, reducing body ailments that obstruct the reproduction system of the body. Fertility massage also provides balance to hormonal fluctuations, promotes circulation, improved the immune system and overall health while reducing negative effects such as stress, etc to the body.

Some of the benefits you can get from regular fertility massage:

  • Aligns a tilted uterus, promotes circulation and fresh blood to the uterus

  • Improves hormonal balance by strengthening the hormonal feedback loop

  • Dispels scar tissue

  • Scale down stress and stress hormones

  • Promotes circulation to the cervix

  • Improves communication of the endocrine system

  • Supports the liver to eliminate excess hormones

  • Supports the body’s ability to disperse old stagnant blood and tissues


Common fertility issues:

  • Blocked Fallopian Tubes

  • Endometriosis

  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Unexplained Infertility


How fertility massage works

Fertility massage takes effect on the major fertility organs namely, the uterus; fallopian tubes; ovaries; stomach; liver and intestines.

  • It helps to breakdown fecal accumulation in the intestines, which may otherwise compress the uterus and reduce the circulation around it. Hence helps correct the alignment of the uterus.

  • Ovary massage helps to promote fresh oxygenated blood and nutrients to the eggs.

  • Fallopian tube massage facilitates clearance to blocked tubes and disperse scarred tissues in the reproductive system.

  • Stomach massage improves digestion and reduces stress.

  • Liver massage helps eliminates toxins and excess hormones build-up.

  • Intestine massage eliminates feces accumulated over long period of time. The impact of which is that of a heavy intestine which weigh down the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. Healthy intestine promotes fertility as nutrients are first absorbed in the upper intestine before they are being transport to the rest of the body, such as the reproduction system.

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