Why Surgical Birth (C Section) Bellies Need Massage
So here’s the deal, some people are relatively unaffected by their surgical birth, and other people are freaking wrecked. No matter where you are on that spectrum, this free mini course is designed to help your belly heal, with an opportunity to begin the emotional healing if that applies to you.
You will learn:
- beginning belly healing steps
- what random stuff you have around your house to start where you are
- resources for going further should your require more support.
You are your own best healer, and I’m going to do my best to show you how,
Ready, Set, Heal.
Lesson 1: How to Heal your Scars, First Steps.
Y’all, I recorded this as a webinar originally to support all the folks who wanted abdominal health post surgical birth. I was just getting emotionally trashed for all these folks who wanted a vaginal birth so badly, but had not done any belly healing. At all. And then they weren’t getting the birth they wanted. Bummer. So let’s change that. Seriously.
- You gotta touch the scar to heal it.
- It may be emotional, really stirring stuff up, be brave and do it anyway.
- This is still important work to do, even if you don’t want a VBAC. Your abdominal health is important.
- I mention a course on this video, which I am actually in the process of moving onto this Labor Whispering website, I’m updating the lessons with a couple of cool , new techniques and tips I’ve learned., and will be $77. You can find it under “courses.”
- If you have a question for me post a comment or use the “message the teacher” button!
So you watched the video, and are thinking about touching your scar, yay!
I pretty much source all my healing art supplies from either Mountain Rose Herbs or Young Living Essential Oils.
If you know something about essential oils and have a different company you love, go for it.
If not then, use some basic olive or coconut oil, and just gently start your work.
Student Question: When can I start this work?
When the incision is healed, so 6 weeks ought to cover ya. It needs to be infection free, completely closed up, no big redness or hot to the touch.
If its before before six weeks then just gently lay hands over incision, relax, and process any emotions that come up.
I believe in you!
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