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What are the Arvigo  Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy?

The Arvigo® Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy (ATMAT) for the reproductive and digestive systems is an external, noninvasive manipulation using only the hands to re-position and improve blood flow to reproductive and digestive organs, which, when out of alignment, can cause imblanaces throughout the body.


These ancient Maya healing techniques eliminate the primary cause of reproductive and digestive complaints in both women and men, the congested pelvis and abdomen, thereby preventing the progression of symptoms to chronic disease. Modern medicine tends to focus on relieving the symptoms whereas ATMAT works to prevent or remove the cause of the disease.


ATMAT does not claim to cure disease. ATMAT helps support the body’s natural ability to be self-regulating, self-healing, and self-regenerating (AKA homeostasis). As Arvigo practitioners we assist the vital flow of fluids and energy within the body to nourish and repair the organs and systems naturally.


Women suffer needlessly from a barrage of physical complaints that can easily be corrected by returning the uterus and other organs to their proper positions and aligining the pelvic and abdominal anatomy. Maya Abdominal Massage may be, but is not always, accompanied by organic herbal remedies, herbal baths, vaginal steams, or castor oil packs.

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What does Arvigo  Therapy help with?

Fertility Enhancement


Pre-Conception through Postpartum


Healthy Pregnancy and Birth, espececially if a history of difficult labors


VBAC Success


Discomforts of Pregnancy (indigestion, heartburn, rib pain, round ligament pain, pelvic pain, sacral pain, back pain, varicose veins, and so many more)


Optimal Fetal Positioning




Postpartum recovery


Post-Surgical: Gynecological and abdominal surgery recovery, including   cesarean birth or laparoscopic surgery for ectopic pregnancy


Recovery from pregnancy loss and miscarriage







Menstrual disorders, Irregular cycles, painful periods, excessive bleeding




Ovarian Cysts




Headache or migraine with menstruation


Menopausal symptoms


Muscular Tension


Polycystic ovarian syndrome


Varicose Veins


Urinary or vaginal Infections




Urinary incontinence


Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)


Pelvic or abdominal pain


Digestive disorders (Chron’s, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease, Gastritis, Constipation, Indigestion)


Many more...