How do the organs get malpositioned?

For women the uterus can become malpositioned in a number of ways:

  • Fall to the tailbone (this could happen at a young age and impact reproductive health years down the road)
  • Scoliosis
  • Excessive weight gain in the midsection
  • Excessively strong abdominal muscles (may cut off blood circulation)
  • Pelvic ligaments that have weakened due to overstretching during pregnancy and birth
  • High Impact exercise, running on cement surfaces, high impact aerobics, etc
  • Lifting & carrying heavy objects before or during menstruation and too soon after childbirth
  • Time and gravity
  • Past surgeries
  • Weak pelvic floor muscles
  • Chronic muscle spasm around the low back and sacrum
  • Emotional armoring

Serving those struggling with:

  • Infertility
  • Chronic Miscarriage
  • Threat of Cesarean
  • Postpartum Recovery Issues
  • Painful Periods
  • Transitioning into Menopause

 


  • helen
    I had been trying to get pregnant for six years when I first went for Maya Abdominal Therapy. I found all the support and advice to be invaluable. Sessions were incredibly relaxing and really helped relieve all the infertility stress. I got pregnant and had a little boy nearly nine months later on my mother’s birthday!
    —Helen
  • Camille H.
    In 2005, I had an HSG which showed bilatateral blocked tubes all the way through. When surgery was unsuccessful, I started researching natural alternatives and that’s when I learned about fertility massages and realized that massages had a better success rate than IVF. I started the Maya Abdominal Therapy in October 2010 and by February 2011 I was pregnant!
    —Camille H.
  • Jane M.
    I had been told that my right fallopian tube was completely blocked after trying for several months to conceive my second child. After my 1st session in October, and after 7 months of trying to conceive, I was pregnant just 2 weeks afterward! This was the only treatment I sought in order to conceive and I truly believe that the work was able to break up scar tissue that freed my right fallopian tube and allowed me to conceive.
    —Jane M.
  • helen
    I had been trying to get pregnant for six years when I first went for Maya Abdominal Therapy. I found all the support and advice to be invaluable. Sessions were incredibly relaxing and really helped relieve all the infertility stress. I got pregnant and had a little boy nearly nine months later on my mother’s birthday!
    —Helen

Serving those struggling with:

  • Infertility
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Pregnancy Discomfort
  • Cesarean Prevention
  • Cesarean Recovery
  • Organ Prolapse
  • Digestive Disorders

  • helen
    I had been trying to get pregnant for six years when I first went for Maya Abdominal Therapy. I found all the support and advice to be invaluable. Sessions were incredibly relaxing and really helped relieve all the infertility stress. I got pregnant and had a little boy nearly nine months later on my mother’s birthday!
    —Helen
  • Camille H.
    In 2005, I had an HSG which showed bilatateral blocked tubes all the way through. When surgery was unsuccessful, I started researching natural alternatives and that’s when I learned about fertility massages and realized that massages had a better success rate than IVF. I started the Maya Abdominal Therapy in October 2010 and by February 2011 I was pregnant!
    —Camille H.
  • Jane M.
    I had been told that my right fallopian tube was completely blocked after trying for several months to conceive my second child. After my 1st session in October, and after 7 months of trying to conceive, I was pregnant just 2 weeks afterward! This was the only treatment I sought in order to conceive and I truly believe that the work was able to break up scar tissue that freed my right fallopian tube and allowed me to conceive.
    —Jane M.
  • helen
    I had been trying to get pregnant for six years when I first went for Maya Abdominal Therapy. I found all the support and advice to be invaluable. Sessions were incredibly relaxing and really helped relieve all the infertility stress. I got pregnant and had a little boy nearly nine months later on my mother’s birthday!
    —Helen