Fertility Massage

Fertility Massage is a series of massage techniques that are used to help support reproductive health, the menstrual cycle, and your fertility. Fertility Massage is a very effective way to boost your fertility naturally and help reduce the effects of fertility issues on your body.

Fertility Massage techniques help the body to become balanced, have healthy circulation, increase immune system health, decrease stress, and much much more.

The Benefits of Fertility Massage

There are many reproductive benefits to receiving fertility massage.

Regularly receiving fertility massage provides many benefits for the reproductive system. Some of the benefits are:

Helps to reposition a tilted uterus
Promotes hormonal balance
Massage helps to break up scar tissue
Helps to bring fresh blood to the uterus
Helps to reduce stress & stress hormones
Increases circulation to the uterus & cervix
Improves endocrine system communication
Encourages the liver to get rid of excess hormones
Promotes hormonal balance by strengthening the hormonal feedback loop
Helps the body to rid itself of old stagnant blood and tissues

There are many fertility issues that Fertility Massage can assist with. 

Some of these fertility issues are:



Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Blood clots during menstruation

Ovarian Cysts

Hormonal Imbalances

Uterine Fibroids

Unexplained Infertility

High FSH levels

Poor Egg Health

Ovarian Failure

Stress from infertility

Lack of menstruation


Excessive Menstruation


Pain during ovulation

Tilted uterus

Scar tissue

How Fertility Massage Work

Massage has been used for centuries to help women increase their fertility and create a healthy uterus. To understand how Fertility Massage works you will need to understand the female reproductive anatomy. There are three major fertility organs that Fertility Massage is going to affect. These include the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries as well as the stomach, liver, and intestines.

Uterine Massage

The uterus is located behind the bladder in the bottom of the pelvic cavity. Fertility Massage helps a uterus that has become tilted, is compressed by feces impacted intestines, and suffers from a lack of circulation. There are various reasons the uterus may not be getting enough circulation.

The main artery that supplies the uterus with blood also supplies the legs with blood. If you lead a sedentary or stressful life then circulation could easily be compromised. There are many other reasons the uterus may not be getting enough circulation, such as twisted fallopian tubes, congestion, tight fascia, inflammation, endometrial tissues, scar tissue, or past surgeries to the area.

Ovary Massage

The ovaries are located in front of the uterus, next to the pelvic bone. Fertility Massage can help the ovaries by bringing fresh oxygenated blood and nutrients to the eggs.

Fallopian Tube Massage

The fallopian tubes are attached to the sides of the uterus. Fertility Massage is very helpful in helping the body to clear blocked tubes and helping to loosen scar tissue in the reproductive system.

Stomach Massage

Fertility Massage massages the organs. We will also be massaging the stomach, liver, and intestines. Massaging the stomach is important for helping digestion and reducing stress. You may notice once we start the massage that your stomach may feel hard to the touch or tight. A lot of people hold stress in their stomachs. Dr. John Lee also says that hormonal balance starts in the digestive system.

Liver Massage

Liver massage helps the liver to do its job of getting toxins and excess hormones out of the body.The liver is located on the right side of the body just behind and below the bottom ribs. We will be doing a technique called the liver pump. This technique helps the liver to pump out toxins and excess hormones.

Intestine Massage

Massaging the intestines is important for general health and fertility. By massaging the intestines you are helping your body to eliminate feces that may be stuck or impacted. Digestive and intestinal health is very important for fertility. Many of the nutrients are absorbed from food in the upper intestines. In addition, feces-impacted intestines can become heavy and put unnecessary weight on the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.