Labor stimulation and acupressure is effective for any pregnant person or birthing team. As a result, your labor contractions may finally get moving. Secondly, you can make a slowly progressing labor progress quicker.
What might be holding you back from birthing that baby? Perhaps all you need is to set a little time aside to induce your birth naturally.
An important fact: After your due date (as long as you have the green light from your midwife or prenatal care provider), you can try natural stimulation.
These natural induction methods support a natural childbirth. Most importantly, rhythmically timed acupressure points in the ankles and other locations ripen the cervix and stimulate labor.
If you face a scheduled hospital induction or c-section you may seek natural induction options first. This guide is a wonderful addition to add to your resources.
As a pregnancy massage specialist, I often will incorporate this work into a relaxing semi-reclined massage and find that I can stimulate all points and offer a wonderful massage in a 90 minute session.
This is not a replacement for medical care and can only be performed with approval from a prenatal care provider.