Visceral therapy is the essence of holistic approach, it focuses on the interactions between muscle system, internal organs, and spine, and on the stimulation of the vagus nerve in order to regulate emotional tensions, i.e.: anxiety, apathy, fear, withdrawal.
The inter-influence of particular muscle areas directly influences the placement and tension of internal organs, and vice versa, internal organs have great influence on the medical condition of the spine, muscles, fascia, pelvis, ribs, and shoulders.
Modern lifestyle (lack of physical activity, dehydration, processed foods, certain anatomical features of our body, postoperative scars) causes hardening of fascia network, where all of our organs are located. It leads to restricted mobility of organs and muscles. The organs with restricted mobility have a tendency to develop lymphatic stagnations, which in turn result in the „sickness” of a given organ. If an organ, or its area, falls ill, then the muscle which cooperates with it will also face a problem.
Fascia system is a network entangling all of our body, starting from the basic building unit – cell – to large agglomeration like organs or muscles. Therefore, everything in our body is in constant communication, no matter the distance.
The purpose of visceral therapy is to restore communication in this network, eliminate lymphatic stagnations, and to restore the initial shape, softness, and slide of the fascial and internal organs areas. This effect can be obtained by massaging abdominal wall, and by deep penetration of areas between organs, or by putting pressure on the organs directly.
We work on unblocking the areas pivotal for the proper functioning of the flow in iliac and femoral arteries, aorta, veins, and lymphatic vessels, and also in lumbar and sacral plexus.
All those actions bring harmony to the body.
We equalize the abdominal wall tensions and flows, which causes the decrease in the spinal tensions (self-healing of herniations), and restores the proper functions of internal organs, e.g.: heart, lungs, diaphragm, liver, pancreas, stomach, spleen, small and large intestine, kidneys, bladder, testicles, ovaries, prostate, anus.
Releasing the blockages from visceral system stops the redundant stimulation of the vagus nerve, which translates to restoring the viscera-brain communication, and to reducing the states of tension, fear, and apathy.
In this way we treat the following conditions: