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What Is Mayan Massage and How Can It Help Your Endometriosis?

When I first heard about Mayan Massage, I really wasn’t sure why I was interested in learning more. I think my body was crying out for it! It felt logical that a massage in my abdominal area and some attention there was just what I needed.

I signed up for the course! It was two and a half days and I did it last weekend. It was a self healing massage course, designed specifically for women who wanted to learn about their bodies and how Mayan Massage could help them. It was quite intense. We learnt everything about the history of Mayan Massage to how it was introduced into the western world. Initially, Mayan Massage was only known amongst the Mayan people in Belize, Central America. Luckily a wonderful woman by the name of Dr. Rosita Arvigo decided to share what she had discovered with the western world!

The course was held in London and run by two wonderful women: Hilary Lewin and Louise Crockart.

Please watch the video to get the full scoop on the benefits and what Mayan Massage is all about!

You can contact Louise Crockart to find out more about the courses, get a personal treatment done or to find out more about becoming a practitioner: https://www.facebook.com/louisecrockart.therapies?fref=ts

Or her website: http://www.louisecrockart.com/

Telephone: 07957 453 623

She organizes the Self-care massage courses in London.

You can book by selecting the correct course date and the one run by Louise and Hilary on this website:

Course Bookings. 

Hilary teaches therapists to practice Mayan Massage and incorporate it into their healing treatments. She also runs the workshops and offers personal therapies to clients.

Visit her on https://hilarylewin.com/

You can reach her on twitter: @hilarylewin


To find out more about Rosita Arvigo and her work in Belize, please visit: https://arvigotherapy.com/


This is truly a way to connect with your inner self—on a physical and spiritual level. I loved the course and highly recommend it to any women who wants to empower themselves with natural healing methods.

Hugs, Melissa x
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  1. Melissa

    Pleasure hun 🙂

  2. Melissa

    Yes Regular Massages definitely will help women with endometriosis. I have never heard of Mayan massage! I have been a licensed massage therapist for over 12 years in the USA. Thankyou for the information and video ❤

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