Given that most traditional massages avoid your abdominal area, it might feel unusual at first to have a therapist focus on these parts of your body, but it's all part of the process. Most massage techniques "deal with the manipulation of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia, but womb massage goes further and can manipulate the organs themselves.
Though it's a deep technique, but that it shouldn't cause pain when done properly. If there are adhesions (scar tissue that develops in the muscles) or anything that needs to be broken up, the massage may feel uncomfortable when certain spots are touched, but one should never feel pain. The therapist can also adjust the amount of pressure used to make sure that the person receiving the massage isn't uncomfortable.
Womb, Abdominal and Fertility massage, has a lineage dating back thousands of years. It has been an ancient practice and part of traditional medicines for many different ancient cultures found in Indian, Tibetan, Christian, Chinese, Japanese, Egyptian, Gnostic, and Mayan to name a few. Within these cultures the uterus is considered to be the woman’s canter and if it is not in correct position, it will have adverse effects on her long term health.
This massage technique moves the body towards homeostasis by increasing the blood flow to the pelvic basin, activating the body’s own innate intelligence to restore balance to this area and the organs surrounding it. Toxins are flushed and nutrients that help tone tissue, restore fascia and balance hormones are encouraged towards normal order. This is essential for healthy functioning of both the digestive and reproductive systems.