Connecting with our bellies and pelvic bowls brings us in touch with our core health throughout our lives. Actively caring for our root is a powerful way to tap into our fundamental feminine healing wisdom.
These therapies are preventive health care; increased circulation, optimal organ alignment and function, tension release, and improved tissue perfusion help prevent disease and encourage balance.
These treatments also help address a variety of women's health concerns such as pregnancy wellness, post-partum healing, sexual pain, uterine prolapse, incontinence, fibroids, menstrual difficulties, fertility issues, digestive issues and emotional healing.
Choose one or both therapies as you need. Both include self-care teaching, so you leave a session with skills to support your own health. Both include a holistic health history intake and nursing care plan.
*Maya Abdominal Therapy helps align the organs of the pelvis, supports digestion, and improves lymphatic, blood, hormonal and chi flow to the belly and pelvis through gentle external belly and lower back massage. Maya tradition asserts that the balance of a woman's whole life revolves around the health of her womb and core. Read more...
Maya Abdominal Therapy is appropriate for women and men of all ages and stages of life.
*Holistic Pelvic Care helps re-balance and restore the pelvic musculature and refresh circulation to the pelvic bowl through gentle internal work and self-care education. Releasing trigger points, softening scar tissue, smoothing fascia, and guiding a woman's deep awareness to her pelvic area help a woman holistically tone and heal her vagina. This work also improves alignment and function of the ovaries and uterus, and revitalizes her energetic creative potential.
My brilliant teacher Tami Lynn Kent, women's health PT, developed Holistic Pelvic Care and wrote the essential Wild Feminine.
Check out my article on Healing Through the Wild Feminine...
I was born at home to a family of strong, intuitive women. My mother Rita encouraged me to study botanical medicine when I was twelve. I'm grateful for her foresight and her belief in me.
My work is informed by my doula training, midwifery education, yoga teacher training, Non-Violent Communication and Diversity Training, Co-counseling involvement, Landmark Education, cranial-sacral therapy education, living in Mexico, walking in the woods, and mothering my wild son.
Sareanda Lourdes RN