Join Lisa, our support coordinator every Thursday at 8 PM EST for our fertility support sessions inside our private facebook group page. All are welcome. Email Lisa at email@example.com if you need to be added to our support group.
Join The Fertility Expert, Dr. Kiltz, for our weekly Facebook Live every Sunday Night at 8 PM EST to have your questions answered as we discuss all things fertility. Find our facebook page by searching CNY Fertility in Facebook or clicking here.
The fertility process can become an extremely stressful time for everyone involved, and one of the primary factors is often high stress levels. If you’re undergoing infertility treatments, you may balk at the notion of spending money on anything that does not directly involve eggs and sperm, but give yourself permission to get an occasional massage. The relaxation will serve your body, mind, and spirit well.
Fertility massage is designed to decrease stress and increase the blood flow to the reproductive system. The massage is a combination of cranial decompressions, deep abdominal massage, cleansing of toxins, and foot reflexology. At CNY Healing Arts we also focus on the structural alignment of your body and pelvic area. The techniques used help with the reduction of adhesions and increase blood circulation and the movement of cerebral spinal fluid.
Another way to think of proper posture of the pelvic area, imagine you are dragging your garden hose across the yard to water your garden, the hose becomes kinked the strong current of water is reduced if you leave the kink the water supply is limited, the garden will not receive enough liquid to grow. Now imagine your left hip is higher than your right, what is happening to your internal organs “compression” limited blood supply and the start of adhesions and dysfunction.
Fertility massage is not intended to replace medical procedures however; it can be done on its own or to compliment medical fertility treatments. *For information on Fertility Massage contact John Capozzi, LMT, at CNY Healing Arts by calling 315.671.5755 or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.