A Typical Arvigo® Session

All Arvigo® Practitioners hold an active health care license or comparable education and experience and are regulated by the scope of practice of their profession or community.

When applying Arvigo® Therapy each practitioner works from the standard set forth in Arvigo® training. Your session may include some or all the following depending on the assessment made by your practitioner:

  • A comprehensive review of past and present healthcare needs focusing on reproductive and digestive health
  • Upper and lower abdominal treatment to:  

               Align reproductive and abdominal organs to optimal position
               Improve circulation to organs
               Promote vital circulation flow to support the body’s inherent healing ability

  • Evaluation of and application of bodywork to improve alignment of spine, hips, and sacrum

Instruction in self-care massage Based on years of experience practitioners find that the “home self-care“ techniques are the key to support the benefit of practitioner sessions. This is an important component to ensure you are receiving optimal benefits from the techniques.

*Your practitioner may recommend complementary modalities to support your health and wellness which may include the following:

• Faja – a traditional lower abdomen support wrap
• Bajos – traditional Maya herbal pelvic steam bath
• Castor oil packs
• Nutritional and herbal support
• Lifestyle education

*Practitioners recommend complementary modalities based on experience in the interest of achieving the best results for client goals.  Therefore, clients should not view a recommendation for complementary modalities with concern.  Discuss any questions with your practitioner.

Your practitioner will work to address your specific needs. Typically, 2-3 professional sessions are required to address most conditions. Clients who perform their self-care massage on a routine basis generally experience the best results.


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