The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy™ are a non-invasive, external, massage technique. When applied, they guide internal abdominal organs into their proper position for optimum health and well being. The techniques work by relieving congestion and blockages to improve the flow of qi and fluids of the circulatory, lymphatic and nervous systems to prevent the progression of chronic disease symptomology. This results in improved organ function by releasing physical and emotional congestion from the abdomen. These techniques are effective for both men and women.
The techniques are applied the same way for men. The prostate is a glandular organ that rests behind the bladder, but has no ligaments to speak of for support. The prostate gland can become congested resulting in early stages of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), impotence (depending on the cause), decrease sperm count, etc. By applying the massage to the abdomen it supports healthy organ function and relieves congestion.
Once you have had an initial Naturopathic appointment with Dr. Kyla Wright ND, you are ready to begin treatment. It is recommended that you wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing during the treatment. Avoid eating a large meal immediately prior to treatment.
Women who have had hysterectomies benefit greatly from these techniques as it improves circulation in and around the area of the scar. When circulation is improved, scar tissue will be prevented from forming in the pelvis after surgery. Ligaments and other remaining organs are benefited from improving circulatory flow to the pelvis.
Arvigo techniques can be performed if a patient is undergoing fertility treatment, such as IUI or IVF, and has been shown to improve hemo-dynamics and homeostasis to support and enhance fertility. One to two sessions are generally booked during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle, from day 3 to day 12.
The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy are safe and effective with few contraindications of untoward outcomes. There are certain conditions where application of these techniques are either contraindicated or require modification. Please consult with your practitioner if you have any questions.
Each client is instructed in performing the abdominal massage for themselves. By doing self care massage daily for 2 – 3 minutes of daily massage, it provides the individual with the ability to improve their symptoms while working with their practitioner.