Traditional Abdominal Binding
Many cultures around the world acknowledge and treat a Newborn Mother with the utmost respect and value their postpartum care this is called "The Golden Month" or a "Confinement period" where a new mother is nurtured, nourished, and cared for 24hrs a day for 40 days to help assist in her recovery after birth.
This traditional Malay abdominal binding technique has been practiced for hundreds of years. The Japanese call it a Sarashi; Hispanics call binding a Faja, and Malay's call it a bengkung wrap, and in India, they use a cotton Saree. This treatment is a beautiful way to help assist a new mother - support, nurture, and restore her postpartum body back to wellness. This traditional technique is further enhanced by Mel with the understanding of a woman's anatomy to protect the integrity of your womb.
The traditional method of Malaysian Belly Binding includes a herbal mask and herbal compress with ancient post-natal remedies formulated by timeless traditions to assist your body to bounce back after pregnancy.
Abdominal Binding helps to aid in the recovery and restoration process such as providing support for Diastasis Recti (Abdominal Separation), Restores your Tummy and Waistline, Reduces bloating, provides stability for the pelvis and Pubic Symphysis.
It is recommended that treatments take place within 2-6weeks after a Vaginal birth and 6-12 weeks after a C-section postpartum.