Tummy Tension – is it getting the better of you?

Is it stress free and happy, or is there tension, tightness and restriction hiding in the nether regions?!!

The other day I gave a new client an ‘Amno Fu’ treatment (abdominal massage), and it reminded me to do the same as it’s a treatment thats definitely top of my list for sorting out ‘tummy tension’ which can ultimately lead to lower back pain and bloating.

It never ceases to amaze me that a pocket of tension is lurking in my pelvic area or that I’ve tied my tummy in knots.

How does it get there and Why? Well, the answer of course is varied, and probably depends on a number of factors.  As unique individuals we manifest our mental and emotional stress into our bodies, very differently.

For me, I get classic neck and shoulder tension, but with a nice dose of tummy tightness.  By the time I’ve realised, I’m suffering from sciatic pangs, sleeplessness, digestive issues, not to mention the hormonal bloating that can be uncomfortably present every month.

Then there is the energetic relationship – you could ask ‘what is it that is hard to digest’ or ‘what is difficult to let go of’ and, once in tune with my tum, I am sure that I could come up with several answers for you.

Lets not forget the emotional factor – I often feel ‘lighter’ after treatment, as if I’ve managed to release some emotion that was lurking in the depths – forgotten but not forgiving.

After her treatment my new client commented ….’I really do feel incredible… such a funny / nice feeling!’

Do you suffer from lower back ache or sciatic pain?  

Do you have fertility issues?  Or have you previously had a pelvic or gastric operation?  

Perhaps an Amno Fu treatment could help you?

Alison Fuller

Author Alison Fuller

Alison specialises in treating infertility, pregnancy, miscarriage, menopause and all things hormonal. She feels passionate about Women’s Health and strongly believes that treatment encourages emotional release (tension), and physical and chemical (hormonal) balance. She mainly runs her practice in Weybridge, but also sees clients at the Newlife Fertility Clinic in Epsom.

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