Mizan Therapy for Men?
Although men (obviously!) do not have a uterus, they benefit greatly from increased blood supply to the pelvic region.
Prostate – Mizan Abdominal Therapy brings new, oxygen-rich blood to the pelvic bowl, it can help to prevent congestion, swelling and inflammation to the prostate. The prostate gland is just behind and below the bladder and if it becomes congested can lead to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), prostatis and frequent urination.
Fertility – Depending on the cause, Mizan Therapy can also help with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and impotency. It can help to improve the quantity and the quality of sperm, particularly in conjunction with dietary and lifestyle changes and herbal support.
Digestive problems – Many men are leading stressful lives and their digestive system suffers. Mizan Abdominal Therapy can really help with this – and treats the cause rather than masking the symptoms as with taking medication. The therapy can help with indigestion, heartburn, constipation and IBS.
Who and Where?
There are currently around 70 Mizan Practitioners in the UK, 1 in Canada and some being trained this very month over in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. The founder of Mizan Therapy, Bushra Finch is incredibly passionate about the work that is being shared country and worldwide. She believes that every woman should have access to this therapy and be more connected with their wombspace.
Disclaimer: Evidence-based experience has shown that Mizan Therapy provides clients with relief from the symptoms of a variety of conditions. No claim is being made that all clients of Mizan Therapists will experience relief of their symptoms. Mizan Therapists make no claim of specific results. The decision to employ complementary practices is strictly up to each individual. Practitioners are not medically trained.