How Connected Are You To Your Womb?

I know that this might be a strange question but when it comes to our reproductive organs (womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries), the organs that make us female, curvy, sexy, women, nurturers, mothers, givers of life, creators of life, etc., then perhaps we should take a moment to really connect with them and understand how we feel about them and how they make us feel?

The response to the question is often quite emotionally ‘telling’. When it comes to the issue of fertility – a good answer would be ‘I love it, I care for it, I see it as a very receptive nurturing vessel, rich in eggs and blood and ready to do its job’, however this is rarely the given answer.

So, why do we often feel so disconnected?

Nowadays it seems that fertility is often a long frustrating and complex journey – an emotional and physical roller coaster if you like. As a result, the relationship with our reproductive organs becomes poor and negative, possibly due to a medical history of ops and procedures, possibly due to failed assisted conception, or repeated pregnancy loss or often because of ‘unexplained fertility issues’ – a diagnosis which only goes to further add to the feelings of failure.

As time goes by, these feelings develop into a lack of love and positivity towards our wombs, tubes and ovaries, causing us to view them in a negative or disconnected way, psychologically speaking. These feelings are not just caused by infertility issues but also by other conditions such as PCOS, Endometriosis, Fibroids and very irregular cycles which cause the owner to become disenchanted with this lovely, nurturing organ.

During excessive periods of stress, ill-health or emotional trauma our reproductive organs may become sluggish, excessive (inflammation, cramps), cystic, or choose to shut down completely if the body is not functioning optimally. In order to restore health to the reproductive organs, all areas should be addressed on an emotional, physical and energetic level which is why this treatment can be so effective when treating fertility issues, miscarriage and hormonal disruption.

So, what can be done to help the relationship between owner and organ?

Fertility Massage (Abdominal-Sacral Massage) can be key to helping bridge the emotional and psychological void.

The massage breaks down stress and tension held within the abdominal-sacral areas and aids in releasing stored pelvic trauma that can have been stored in tissue for many years. Blood, lymph and oxygen flow to connective and organ tissue is increased, as tension held in ligaments, tendons, and muscle is released. Bloating, toxic build-up and water retention is alleviated. Massage encourages internal abdominal and pelvic organs to re-align into proper position, relieving a variety of organ displacement symptoms. Treatment increases circulation to the digestive system too, thereby enhancing the immune system. It promotes hormonal balance and helps the body clear old stagnant blood, old tissue and scar tissue. Many women suffer from the effects of a mis-aligned Uterus, most evident around the onset of menses – when the uterus is heavy – and this treatment helps to alleviate the impact of these symptoms. Ideally Fertility Massage is optimum pre ovulation, but is also effective and adaptive post ovulation.

Please call or email regarding treatment. If you are struggling with fertility either naturally or from assisted cycles, then Fertility Massage can help you. If you have abdominal discomfort from digestive or reproductive issues then Abdominal-Sacral Massage can help you, and if you suffer from stress or anxiety, or have ever fallen badly on your lower back, coccyx or had lower back or abdominal/reproductive surgery, then Abdominal-Sacral Massage can help you.

Do call get in touch on 07811 123494 or email

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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