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Arvigo Maya Abdominal Massage

Abdominal massage St. Paul; fertility massage Minneapolis

Booking a Session:

Please note that there is an extensive intake form to complete before your initial session. You will get more out of your session if you complete it by the day before! (links below). 


When to schedule your abdominal massage

Unfortunately, I am no longer taking male abdominal massage clients unless they are referred by a current client. Let me know if you would like a referral elsewhere, or look here.

Initial Session:

Includes highlights of intake, self-care massage instruction, castor oil pack (if indicated), massage of abdomen and some combo of: head/neck, legs, back, hips, plus a plan of action going forward.

Followup Sessions:

Ongoing massage and support towards your goals, troubleshooting variables, supplemental therapies if indicated (i.e. perineal steaming, pelvic PT, acupuncture, et al.)



50% charge for cancellations without 24 hours notice, emergencies accepted.

Please feel free to contact me via the contact page, phone or email if you have specific questions.  New clients must schedule online.


Intake Forms:

Why abdominal massage?


Centered on the reproductive and digestive systems, this hands-on external technique is used to soften restriction, reposition and improve function to abdominal and pelvic organs, create overall homeostasis (balance), and shift symptoms away from dis-ease.  Its applications reach far beyond the abdomen itself, as it opens the flow of blood, lymph, nervous system pathways and Ch'ulel (Chi, or energy) through our center.


With a strong background in structurally focused massage, I bring a wide lens to each session. Our time may include, in addition to the abdominal massage, specific muscular work in areas related to your core imbalance. This may include trigger points, myofascial release, Swedish massage and/or hands-on energy work.  A warm castor oil pack is generally applied as well, unless significant inflammation or other contraindications are present.



Some of the many applications for these techniques are:




-Lack of appetite, gas and bloating.

-Acid reflux, GERD.

-Inflammatory disorders of the intestines.

-Difficulty with nutrient absorption.

-Urinary issues.

-Recovery from surgery (6-8 weeks post-op).

-Disordered eating support.





-Fertility issues.

-Hormone balancing (depending on cause).

-Childbirth recovery, including cesarean scar work and bladder, bowel and digestion challenges.

-Miscarriage or termination recovery.

-Menopausal issues.

-Musculoskeletal issues.

-Recovery from surgery (6-8 weeks post-op).



-Increasing flow of blood, lymph and energy into and around the uterus to promote fetal and maternal health.

-Gently nourishing structures and tissues to support the hormone cascade during pregnancy and birth to flow without difficulty.

-Identify structural issues affecting fetal position and motility (I do NOT turn babies, but sometimes they turn themselves!).

-Troubleshooting side effects of pregnancy.

-Supporting emotional journey through pregnancy.



-Nervous tummy.

-Dysbiosis associated with spectrum kiddos.






-Musculoskeletal issues, including back pain.

-Headaches, hormonal and tension related.

-Recovery from surgery (6-8 weeks post-op).

-Trauma recovery.

-Chronic dis-ease.

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