Instructions for Self~Care Womb Massage
Instructions for Self~Care Womb Massage:
Before beginning your womb massage, begin tuning into your womb. Lay down, breathing deeply into your pelvis, relaxing, connecting to this sacred place. Send love & gratitude to your womb. Feel your boundless creative potential expand like a blossoming rose.
Rub your palms together to warm them, apply massage oil.
Place your two hands together, index fingers side by side, with the thumbs tucked behind.
Locate the top of your public bone & place your fingers here.
Starting from your pubic bone, apply pressure using your fingertips and slowly stroke upwards to your navel, pressing as deeply as comfortable 3 times.
Move fingers to the right side of your pelvis, between your pubic bone and hip bone & apply the same stroke 3 times.
Move to left side of pelvis, repeating 3 times. Focus on your breath, stroking on your exhale.
Repeat these steps for 3 rounds.
When to massage:
Everyday for 30 days, then twice a week to continue a loving self~care practice.
Stop massage when your period begins, when your period is over, begin your massage routine again.
For infertility, preform the self~care massage daily for 3 months. If you are actively trying to conceive, do not preform the massage after you ovulate.
When not to massage:
When trying to conceive, after ovulation. Benefits:
Painful / Irregular menstruation
Fertility & Conception challenges
C - section / Hysterectomy surgery recovery
Difficult Perimenopause & Menopause
Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome
Chronic bladder / Yeast infections
Pelvic organ / Bladder prolapse
Ovarian cysts & Uterine fibroids
Written by Emily Karnis of Sun Moon Apothecary. "Healing takes time and devotion. When we create space to pay attention to our bodies, bringing awareness, presence and love to ourselves, miracles can happen. May this information along with the products and services at Sun Moon Apothecary empower you to take healing into your own hands, rooting & rising in a deeper connection to self, truly uniting the mind & body to achieve a state of living in balance."