Maya Abdominal Massage

Logan Wellbeing offers Maya abdominal massage in Belfast city centre providing abdominal therapy for women and men who wish to increase their fertility across Northern Ireland and Ireland.

All Maya Massage practitioners are trained in Maya Massage by Ruth-Ellen and the entire team are trained in various different fertility massage techniques and abdominal sacral practice.

It is said:

“We are finding that about 30% of female infertility is due to a misplaced uterus which can be corrected.”

The Logan Abdominal Massage Method  is a technique based on the ancient Mayan understanding of the importance of the positioning of the reproductive and digestive organs for pelvic and abdominal health.

It is a non-invasive, gentle external massage technique suitable for both women and men.

The technique helps improve organ function by relieving congestion, enhancing blood supply, increasing lymphatic drainage and aiding nerve supply to the pelvic and reproductive organs.

It is best known for the correction of a prolapsed, fallen or tilted uterus and for the relief of many common digestive disorders.

At the core of this technique for women is the emphasis on the positioning of the uterus which is associated with a wide range of gynaecological disorders.

The massage of course also aids relaxation and can help to achieve a more positive emotional and spiritual connection to the reproductive area.

The Mayan understanding of this approach is that it helps women to connect with their femininity while increasing fertility.

The technique has also been found helpful for chronic stomach problems including indigestion and constipation.

It is also used in the prevention and treatment of benign prostate enlargement in men.

When Maya Massage Can Help:

  • Chronic stomach problems i.e. indigestion and constipation
  • Difficult menopause
  • Displaced or prolapsed uterus
  • Endometriosis
  • Frequent urination
  • Headaches and/or dizziness during period and PMS
  • Fertility failure
  • Long or difficult labour
  • Lower backache
  • Painful intercourse
  • Painful or irregular menses
  • Prostate problems i.e. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
  • Tired legs and Numbness
  • Varicose veins

The Logan Fertility Methods involves abdominal and lower back massage, focusing on aligning reproductive and abdominal organs.

We also offer important but straight-forward training on ‘self-care’ techniques which can be applied easily and effectively at home.

In addition to this, as part of the Logan Abdominal Massage approach we are able to recommend herbal and naturopathic techniques with the intention of improving treatment outcome.

The treatment is renowned for releasing issues in our tissues because it aids lymphatic venous (blood)  and ‘chi’ (energy)  flow in our bodies that may be causing problems such as painful menstruation, fertility failure, varicose veins and much more.

The massage gently manipulates the muscles and connective tissues that hold the pelvic organs in place. This helps re-position any organs in that area that may have shifted. Once any blockages and congestion are resolved, the body can self-regulate, heal and regenerate.

So positioning of the uterus is at the core of this treatment, and fertility health can be enhanced by applying these massage techniques.

While its main focus is to treat displacement in the pelvic area,  it is a fantastic foil to emotional distress and particularly useful  for women who have suffered emotional and deeply personal trauma.

The treatment helps women shift from a negative emotional place into a positive one where feelings about self and others are given the opportunity to heal. All of this is vitally important in the journey to motherhood.

Currently we have more 134 expecting mothers and 374 babies born to women who have undergone Logan Fertility Method™. (numbers correct on February 5, 2015)

For women dealing with menopause, The Logan Abdominal Massage is also very useful as it help correct prolapses and is a very effective way of treating abdominal bloating which can occur.