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The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal TherapyTM
Maya Abdominal Therapy
March 16th,17th, and 18th, 2012 in Topanga Canyon, Ca.
The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal TherapyTM incorporates massage, herbs, nutrition, meditation and emotional/spiritual healing into a holistic approach for wellness and disease prevention. Maya Abdominal Massage is a non-invasive, external massage that guides internal abdominal and pelvic organs into proper position. This technique improves digestive and reproductive health by restoring circulation and energy flow as well as reducing congestion and inflammation of the abdomen. It is effective for both women and men.
What is Self-Care Training?
This training teaches you how to perform Maya Abdominal Massage on yourself. Additionally, we will discuss anatomy and physiology of the abdomen and pelvis, causes of a displaced uterus or swollen prostate, signs/symptoms, contraindications, emotional armoring and supportive healing modalities. Our approach honors the body’s innate wisdom to heal itself and, as such, empowers participants with knowledge and tools that they can integrate into their daily life. Self-Care Training is an introductory workshop of the Arvigo Program; upon completion of this training, participants will be able to practice the Maya Abdominal Massage on themselves only. This workshop is the prerequisite for the Arvigo Institute’s Professional Training, which educates licensed practitioners on how to perform this technique on others.
Who can attend a Self-Care Workshop?
Anyone who experiences one or more symptoms of a displaced uterus such as painful periods, PMS, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, infertility, miscarriages, painful intercourse, incontinence, low back pain, difficult menopause, digestive problems, etc. Men who experience prostate pathologies or digestive problems benefit from this workshop as well. This course is also for those who are searching for a modality that heals the body holistically – physically, emotionally and spiritually. This healing modality is for all who desire to have a strengthened connection to intuition, inspiration and creativity. Additionally, licensed health care practitioners who want to integrate these techniques into their practice must attend this workshop before enrolling into Professional Training.
Continuing Education / CEUS – Approved Provider for:
● Midwifery Education under Midwifery Education Accreditation Council (MEAC) – 16 contact hours
● National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) – 17.5 CE hours
● National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) – 16 PDA pts
Cost: $450.00* – includes all instruction, notebooks/handouts, individual evaluation & treatment by a Certified Arvigo Practitioner. Gluten-free snacks and tea provided. Please bring your own lunch. The workshop will be held Friday & Saturday from 9am-6pm and Sunday from 10am-2pm in Topanga, Ca.
Instructors Sarah Wylie, ND and Suzanne Tully R.M. are Certified Practitioners and Teachers of the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy and Practitioners of Maya Spiritual Healing. They have traveled to Belize and Mexico to study with Dr. Rosita Arvigo and are dedicated to bringing this wisdom to you in hopes of bridging the gap between indigenous healing and modern medicine.
To register, please visit www.arvigotherapy.com
For more information contact Dr. Sarah Wylie: 971-998-2196
Benefits to taking this course now: Level One is the prerequisite to the Level Two “The Professional Care Training”. This 6 day class follows Self-Care Training to develop the skill required for professional practitioners to apply the Arvigo Techniques™ in their practices. Level Two is being offered April 9th-15th 2012 in Corona, California. Once you have completed both courses you will be ready to charge for your services if you are a licensed health care practitioner. Licensed health care practitioners may include, for example, massage therapists, chiropractors, naprapaths, naturopaths, accupuncturists, nurses, physicians, etc.