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For centuries indigenous women in Mexico and other cultures have understand that the uterus (womb/matriz/utero) is where women's energy resides.

Massage a womb is an ancient practice use by traditional midwives in Mexico.

This massage also called Sobada is centered in the womb. The idea is to place the womb in the correct place to allow a healthy functioning in the different stages of a woman's life (menstrual, childbearing, menopause). This is also an energetic work of alignment.

From the traditional Mexican point of view the sobada will bring heat in this area allowing other organs to work in balance. 

Sobada centered in the womb is recommended in case of:
  • Fertility problems
  • Digestive issues
  • Painfull periods
  • Miscarriages
  • Postpartum
  • Menopause 
  • Endometriosis 
  • Ovarian cysts 
  • Painful intercourse
  • Hysterectomy 
  • IVF treatment
  • Irregular periods 
What to expect during your first appointment:
1. Metztli will introduce herself and explain about the sobada (massage)
2. Metztli will ask you general questions about your health and family history regarding health issues. 
3. Metztli will ask you about your diet and habits.
4. You will get your an abdominal massage and if the time allows it a full body sobada.
5. You will get recommendations based on the results of the full evaluation 
Who can get an Womb Centered Sobada
​- Any person 12 years and older
Do I  need a uterus to get a Womb Centered Sobada?
No. This can be done on men, women and a person with a history of hysterectomy. 

What to expect after your Sobada?

- It is normal to feel some tenderness during the sobada.

-A sobada is considered a deep massage for the same reason you may be sore after the sobada.

-You may feel some changes in your body.

Who can not get a Womb Sobada:
-A person with an IUD in the uterus
-If you are in your first 3 days of your moon. 
-If you have any kind of cancer in your uterus or pelvis
-During the first 2 weeks following your vaginal delivery
-During the first 40 days following your c-section.