Do you suffer with a digestion or gyneacological issue? Maybe you’re struggling with IBS, abdominal pain, diverticulitis, Chrohn’s disease, constipation, acid reflux, Fertility issues, PCOS, endometriosis, painful/irregular/heavy periods, tilted uterus or scarring?
Don’t let these issues affect your quality of life. Many people with these symptoms have seen the difference Abdominal-Sacral massage can make and so could you.
If you are struggling you don’t have to live with it. Give me a call today.
Abdominal massage uses a series of manipulations on the abdomen (funnily enough) and sacrum area. It improves:
- realigns organs*,
- relieves pressure,
- releases tension,
- breaks up scar tissue,
- stimulates the digestive system and ovaries,
- clears the colon,
- has a detoxing effect on the body,
- boosts the liver,
- improves the flow of digestive juices and hormones,
- warms cold patches and improves numbness.
*The uterus and colon can sometimes come out of alignment which can cause problems as it reduces the circulation to them and limits their effectiveness.
The massage can be tailored to each individual’s needs and symptoms and can evolve as those improve. All this together makes the massage incredibly effective and one of the best natural treatments for digestive and gynaecological issues.
This is combined with some expert nutritional guidance and advice on self-help techniques to speed up your healing process.
A therapist since 2010, Jo Medhurst is completely passionate about natural health and empowering people to heal themselves.
- Fertility Massage and relevant CPD
- Abdominal-Sacral Massage
- Anatomy and PhysiologyITEC Level 3
- EFT Level 1 & 2
- Diet and Nutritional Diploma
Prices & Booking Information
I am now offering my sessions at The Natural Health Centre, 8 Falkland Road, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 6NY.
To book in for a session with me, please give me a call on 07973 186288 or email me.
I also run a series of talks and workshops about a range of issues including weight loss, weight management, digestive disorders, etc.
Blogs by Jo
- Scarring – what can you do? (coming soon)
- Unexplained tummy pain? Could your colon be twisted?
- Stress, IBS, and 3 things you can do to help
- What to say – and what not to say – to someone who has been sexually assaulted