Scar Tissue Remediation
“When the Body Gets Working Appropriately, the Force of Gravity Can Flow Through.
Then, Spontaneously, the Body Heals Itself.” –Ida Rolf
Have you experienced a Hysterectomy, C-Section, Mastectomy,
Episiotomy, Tearing during Childbirth, Sexual trauma or a Hernia?
Scars from abdominal surgery can create imbalances in the pelvis and spine. They can lead to numbness, lack of feeling or pain at the scar or surrounding areas. Childbirth causes scars in the pelvic floor which can lead to pain during menstruation or sexual intercourse or a decrease in libido.
Scar tissue is an obstacle to healing. It blocks our free movement of joy and pleasure in the body. Scar tissue shortens the original length of the tissue and weakens it. Scar tissue may impact other body parts and the organs, creating dysfunction and pain. Scar tissue remediation changes the configuration of the scar to resemble the original tissue. It brings more openness and flexibility to a scar area and brings stagnant tissue back to health.
Scar tissue can be formed through infection, injury, illness, inflammation, chronic poor posture, endometriosis, radiation therapy, tearing during child birth and surgeries (such as C-sections, episiotomies, appendectomies, ectopic pregnancy removal, abortion, cervical tears and biopsies, hysterectomy, ovarian cyst removal, gall bladder removal, etc).
The scar tissue remediation techniques can incorporate external and internal massage (which may include internal vaginal or anal massage) and the use of organic castor oil to help break up collagenous adhesions. Organic Castor oil contains ricinoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory properties.
Scar tissue Remediation sessions are done in a series of 3-5 treatments.