What is Visceral Manipulation/Abdominal Massage?
Visceral massage is used to locate and solve problems throughout the body. It encourages your own natural mechanisms to improve the functioning of your organs, dissipate the negative effects of stress, enhance mobility of the musculoskeletal system through the connective tissue attachments, and influence general metabolism.
What is it good for?
Studies have shown VM is beneficial for digestive disorders in adults and pediatrics such as: bloating & constipation, nausea and acid reflux, gerd. VM can also help with post-operative scar tissue, post-traumatic stress disorder, bladder incontinence, pelvic pain etc
How it’s performed:
Visceral Massage is based on the specific placement of soft manual forces to encourage the normal mobility, tone and motion of the viscera and their connective tissues. These gentle manipulations can potentially improve the functioning of individual organs, the systems the organs function within, and the structural integrity of the entire body. Due to the delicate and often highly reactive nature of visceral tissues, gentle force precisely directed reaps the greatest value.
Who Performs Visceral Manipulation/Abdominal Massage at Aches Away Toronto?
Rebecca Moss RMT is trained in Visceral Massage and Scar Tissue Work. Here is a little bit about her.
Rebecca grew up with a deep interest in running and cycling. After sustaining tissue damage to her knee, Rebecca’s interested shifted from intense exercising to a less intensive, more dynamic and integrative lifestyle. Rebecca also suffers from Crohn’s Disease which resulted in an abdominal surgery in 2014. She has since found healing in visceral massage, yoga, and nutrition Rebecca’s personal journey has greatly motivated her to pursue further education in applied sciences with one day becoming a Naturopathic Doctor. She is able to relate to clients presenting with ailments that aren’t generally regarded in the soft tissue realm and is passionate about improving scar tissue, improving digestion, pelvic floor imbalances and abdominal visceral massage.
Have a question? Ask Rebecca Directly: rebeccarmt (at) achesawaytoronto (dot) ca