The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy (ATMAT) support reproductive and digestive health. It is a non-invasive external massage founded on ancient Maya healing techniques.
These techniques address the physical health and position of pelvic and abdominal organs and any emotional holding patterns found therein. Soft and gentle manipulations are used to reposition misaligned organs, thereby stimulating circulation of blood, nerve, lymph and chi to support the body's innate capacity to self heal.
Dr. Rosita Arvigo learned the original Maya techniques over a 10 year apprenticeship with Don Elijio Panti, the great Maya Shaman of Belize. She was also exposed to other central American ancient traditions that represent an unbroken chain of knowledge handed down from generation to generation of shamans, midwives and healers. Unifying this all with over thirty years of training and experience in the natural sciences of massage, naprapathy, herbology, and spiritual healing; Dr. Arvigo developed the techniques which now bear her name.
Common ailments that Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy may be beneficial for are:
This is what one may expect during a session:
Typically, 2 or 3 professional sessions are required to address most conditions. Some conditions will require further attention over a longer period of time.
Supportive modalities are recommended by practitioners based on their professional license, scope of practice, as well as client needs.
Contraindications, Cautions, and Modifications
The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy are safe and effective with few contraindications of untoward outcomes. There are certain conditions where application of these techniques are either contraindicated or require modification. Please consult with your practitioner if you have any questions.
Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy is not intended as primary healthcare but to work alongside the relationship you have with your GP.
Training is carried out internationally by the Arvigo Institute, and only those who have completed the Professional Care Training are able to apply these techniques to clients in their practice.