Why do we massage our yonis?

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Why do we massage our yonis?

Fascia, this magic buzz word. Why do we massage our yonis? For many reasons, one is that they are lined with fascia. 

What is fascia? 

Fascia is connective tissue that overlays every organ, muscle, nerve bundle, blood vessel in our bodies. It is coated with water. The wet web of connective tissue is innervated, as sensitive as our skin, and entirely interconnected throughout our bodies. 

When the fascia in our yonis gets bound up, imagine how that might impact the rest of your body? Freeing that fascia can offer relief to a wide variety of discomforts, including: 

🕸Pelvic Pain

🕸Pain with sex


🕸Hip pain

🕸Shoulder pain

🕸Neck and Jaw pain

I love this reel Catherine Clinton did about fascia. It is such a beautiful image and exquisite writing. 

Fascia holds memory

As fascia is coated with water, fascia holds memory. Release the congested and tense places in the fascia of the pelvic bowl support our systems to let go of traumas that we hold. These traumas include medical trauma, attachment trauma, birth trauma, childhood trauma of all kinds and sexual trauma.

As we heal our fascia we bring more balance into our emotional, physical and spiritual bodies.

And it feels good. Pleasure can take many forms. The goal is not sexual pleasure, and if it arises, welcome it. If it does not, that is perfect. In our minds our impulse is to associate the word pleasure with er0tic pleasure. It can be that, and it can be the simple pleasure of self connection and tending our roots. 

Two upcoming opportunities to learn self yoni massage are coming right up.

Winter Womb Care (New start date Thursday, February 1st, 2024): 3 week virtual series, this one will be available ongoingly if you are seeing this after February 1st.
Click here for more information and to register

Womb Attune: Awaken the Womb through the Feminine Arts
In person deep dive immersion for a WHOLE WEEKEND, March 8th - 10th at Nine Mountain Retreat Center in the lovely hilltowns of Western Massachusetts.
Click here for more information and to register. 

About Chaya Aronson

Chaya Leia Aronson, RN BSN is a bodyworker, health and sexuality coach, dancer, lover and mother. Chaya believes that we source our creative, life force expression through our pelvic bowls and if the energy is blocked here, it greatly affects our capacity to be our full authentic selves in the world. Her passion is to support pelvic and abdominal health and healing. The main forms of bodywork she practices are the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® and Holistic Pelvic Care™. Bellydance, contact improvisation and yoga have been the central core of her spiritual and physical practice for over 20 years. She weaves the knowledge she’s gained about movement patterns and body structure with her playful and intuitive spirit to support her clients in actively healing their own bodies and spirits.