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Logan Fertility Method

The Logan fertility method has grown out of the personal experiences of creator Ruth Ellen Logan, experiences which triggered the deep desire to help other women and couples struggling with fertility challenges.

It involves a number of distinctly separate complementary therapies including Reiki, Reflexology, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, the use of crystals and a technique known as the art of intention.

It also includes advice on health supplements such as Omega oils, folic acid and many others that can help on the journey to conception and a healthy pregnancy.

Our priority is men and women’s health and well-being.

Ruth Ellen has been a practitioner of the Logan Abdomianal Massage Massgae since 2009,  specialising in fertility and conception, in particular in conjunction with assisted fertility methods such as IVF and ICSI

And the journey has been a very personal one.

During an exhausting struggle with her own fertility issues, Ruth Ellen took the courageous step to try something completely new – Maya Massage.

And she believes that her empathy and personal understanding of loss, coupled with the devastation of fertility struggles and the thrills of success, have made her the practitioner she is today.

Ruth Ellen travelled to America to complete an intensive training course in Maya Massage.

Her intention was to become the first Maya Massage Practitioner to practice in Northern Ireland.

And in 2009 this plan became a reality when Ruth Ellen opened her clinic in Belfast.

Ruth Ellen’s special interest relates to IVF, auto-immune issues and other fertility issues that the medical world have little or no explanation for.

Ruth Ellen said:

“We don’t talk about infertility. We talk about fertility and how to increase and improve its quality and levels. For many women we are a last bastion of hope and our success rates are hugely encouraging.”

By October 2013, we celebrated the arrival of 139 babies and the announcement of 39 pregnancies – all from women who were told their chances of having a baby were negligible. That’s an average success rate of  52% – a rate that is rising every year.