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Your Sacred Pelvis

BODYWORK & COACHING

As a woman, health, vitality and pleasure are your birthright. At Your Sacred Pelvis we support women to claim this birthright. Perhaps you have been struggling with one or more chronic or acute health conditions related to digestion, menstruation, menopause, urination, common pregnancy or postpartum discomforts, or perhaps you have pelvic pain or pain during sex or other struggles with your sexuality. Through my specialized bodywork and counseling services I have helped hundreds of women to unwind these patterns paving the pathway towards reclaiming pleasure and vitality and the experience of healthy, pain-free living.

Rediscover your health, vitality and pleasure.

Chaya Aronson

Meet Chaya

Chaya has a unique way of understanding the underlying beliefs we hold about ourselves, our bodies and the health issues, trauma and shame we live with that give rise to the dis-ease in our bodies.

Chaya engages the use of specific bodywork practices, a storehouse of medical knowledge as well as her compassionate, loving, humorous nature to help you see yourself as you are without judgement, a beautiful human, worthy of health, vitality and pleasure.

Chaya Leia Aronson, RN BSN

Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®

Holistic Pelvic Care™

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mandala

"The bodywork I received from Chaya is the most healing bodywork I have encountered. After several miscarriages of unknown cause, Chaya’s pre-conception care aligned my uterus so I could carry my beautiful daughter to full term, and her pregnancy care prepared me for birthing her. My uterus had been tilted and I will never forget the sense of relief and the powerful shift into emotional and creative alignment the moment Chaya gently urged my uterus into her ideal position."

Sia Blaser, Birth Doula

mandala

"I started working with Chaya after my hysterectomy to strengthen my bladder function and pelvic floor muscles and to calm congested tissue in the vaginal and abdominal region. After some work and time, I now have restored bladder function with no urinary incontinence or urgency.  Chaya's hands and approach are so comforting, healing, and appropriate. As Chaya's work so effectively supports the balance and connection between the core physicality and the emotional, mental and spiritual self/Self, I continue to receive sessions for maintenance, support and prevention."

Marianna Frantz

http://mariannafrantz.webs.com/

mandala

"I always felt like Chaya was present and actually hearing what I had to say, which in and of itself was therapeutic. The Maya Abdominal Massages and Vaginal Steams were amazing. I had endometriosis, which caused debilitating menstrual pain. After three sessions, my next menstrual period was bearable for the first time in a long time. In addition to the bodywork and counseling, Chaya’s presence on its own was healing. I am grateful that I found her."

Dr. Kristine Williams

http://www.drkwilliams.com

Slowing Down

Slowing Down When the World is Moving Fast

By Chaya Aronson | November 20, 2019

Two nights ago, I started having intense lumbar back pain. I could not comfortably sit, stand or lie down. My body was an uncomfortable place to be. Yesterday, I worked through it, like I usually do with pain. Then for…

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Herstory of Pleasure

By Chaya Aronson | October 22, 2019

Herstory of Pleasure As early as the late 1800s, it was medically recommended to vibrate a woman’s vagina to relieve hysteria. Women could go to the doctor to receive this “treatment”. Symptoms of hysteria included depression, insomnia, lack of sex…

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vaginal steam

PSA on Vaginal Steaming

By Chaya Aronson | October 17, 2019

I have been a practitioner of Maya Abdominal Massage for 10 years now. I have offered vaginal steams in my office for most of that time. I have witnessed extraordinary results and great benefits. It has come to my attention…

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To the men who think I am too pushy

By Chaya Aronson | October 10, 2019

To all the men who think I am too pushy. Consider what it’s like to be a woman right now. When abortion laws are being challenged. When every unwanted pregnancy is due to male ejaculation, but women bear the brunt.…

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photo by Kevin Smith

Dancing with Eros: September Transitions
Saturday, September 21st, 2018

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
SCDT Studio, Northampton, MA

Inspired by Touch&Play, we present, Dancing with Eros, a monthly dance event, the second Saturday night of each month,  with the explicit intention of exploring our erotic energy in the dance. Let’s explore for ourselves and together in community what it means to dance with Eros. As a society, we have been acculturated to have shame about our sexual desires. In many dance communities in the country, we have struggled with issues of consent and sexuality in the dance spaces, so much so that many local dances seek to explicitly keep erotic energy separate from the dance.

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Dancing with Eros: Montreal Edition
Saturday, October 5, 2018

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Studio 303, Montreal, Quebec

Inspired by Touch&Play, we present, Dancing with Eros, a monthly dance event, the second Saturday night of each month,  with the explicit intention of exploring our erotic energy in the dance. Let’s explore for ourselves and together in community what it means to dance with Eros. As a society, we have been acculturated to have shame about our sexual desires. In many dance communities in the country, we have struggled with issues of consent and sexuality in the dance spaces, so much so that many local dances seek to explicitly keep erotic energy separate from the dance.

Dancing with Eros Montreal

Guiding and Surrendering: An exploration of Dominance and submission through CI Dance
Saturday, October 5th, 2018

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Studio 303, Montreal, Quebec

Inspired by Touch&Play, we present, Dancing with Eros, a monthly dance event, the second Saturday night of each month,  with the explicit intention of exploring our erotic energy in the dance. Let’s explore for ourselves and together in community what it means to dance with Eros. As a society, we have been acculturated to have shame about our sexual desires. In many dance communities in the country, we have struggled with issues of consent and sexuality in the dance spaces, so much so that many local dances seek to explicitly keep erotic energy separate from the dance.

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