Arvigo Techniques of Mayan Abdominal Therapy


It is very common for the uterus to be displaced and unfortunately modern medicine doesn't recognize it as a potential factor for the symptoms listed below. Women are given the options of using the birth control pill, muscle relaxants or surgery and are generally told that it's not a concern if the uterus is tipped. Yet the list of physical and emotional symptoms can be addressed and prevented with these simple, noninvasive massage techniques.​

This list contains the most common symptoms of a tilted uterus:


  • Painful or Irregular menstrual cycles

  • Infertility

  • Chronic bladder or yeast inflammation

  • Miscarriages, difficult pregnancies

  • Endometriosis

  • Menopausal symptoms

  • PMS/Depression with menstruation

  • Ovarian cysts

  • Uterine fibroids

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding

  • Pelvic congestion, pain

  • Prolapse of the uterus or bladder

What To Expect

Your first session is 90 minutes and follow-ups are one hour


  • A comprehensive review of your personal health history and current health care 

  • Initial session includes application of an abdominal castor oil pack  (unless contraindicated) 

  • The Mayan Abdominal Massage 

  • An evaluation and application of structural alignment of the spine with attention to the sacrum, lumbar and thoracic spine.

  • Instruction of Self Care Home techniques:

o Self Care Mayan Abdominal Massage Instructions

o Castor Oil Pack Instructions

o Nutritional and or lifestyle education and adaptations

o Faja (organ support wrap)


Contraindications & Modifications


The Arvigo Techniques of Mayan Abdominal Therapy are safe and effective, but there are certain conditions where application of these techniques are either contraindicated or require modification.


Please note when you make your appointment if you use a pessary for uterine prolapse (remove prior to your session)


Maya is contraindicated if you:


  • are actively menstruating

  • are in your first trimester of pregnancy

  • have an IUD (Intra-Uterine Device for contraception)

  • have had recent abdominal surgery (less than 6 weeks)

  • have an active and acute infection

  • have an abdominal aneurysm

  • have an active infection or cancer present in pelvic area

  • are undergoing chemotherapy