Your first session with me will take around 3 hours…. there’s no need to hurry, it’s a chance for us to get to know each other. Amongst other things, you can help me to understand the journey that has brought you to see me and the most pressing symptoms you are looking to resolve.

I will spend some time going through a comprehensive health questionnaire with you. This is a great opportunity for you to tell me all about your symptoms, what you are hoping for from treatment, where you want your health to be in the next year….and then we can work together to make it happen!

You will also have an opportunity to learn a little about the anatomy and physiology of the pelvic bowl – this will help to understand the importance of the massage itself as well as the self-care routine and any other resources I may suggest. These may include externally applied castor oil packs, pelvic steaming, abdominal binding, herbal support, dietary and lifestyle adjustments and a meditation on the wombspace.

We will, of course, also do the massage and I will teach you a simple self-care routine for you to continue the healing work yourself at home in between appointments.

Subsequent appointments are about an hour and a half. We can talk about any changes you’ve noticed since your previous visit, how you have managed to get on with self-care, have a recap of anything you’re not sure of…whatever you feel you need. I will always be led by you and work with you to help you get to where you want to be.

It’s best to allow for a minimum of three appointments. Many issues can be resolved in this time, particularly with good focus on self-care. Other symptoms may take longer to resolve, particularly more complicated or long-standing complaints.



Disclaimer: I have found through many years of experience of working with clients that Mizan Therapy has helped many women with a variety of conditions. I cannot guarantee that Mizan, performed by myself or any trained practitioners, will relieve your symptoms and do not claim specific results. The decision to employ complementary practices is strictly up to each individual.