This is as interesting to me professionally as it is as a patient, I guess. I’ve heard of massage therapists taking courses and becoming certified in different types of organ manipulation, but I have no personal experience with it and don’t really know much about it at all. I think I’m going to do some research on this. I wouldn’t expect it to “cure” candida, but with all the curled-up sleeping and poor posture we subject our organs to, especially when we’re exhausted with candida or die-off, it makes some sense to open things up a little.
If you have menstrual cramps/discomfort, you should ask if she also does Arvigo Technique. It’s supposed to re-align your uterus properly (apparently many women have a “tilted” uterus?), and a lot of women with cramps or even infertility report improvement from it. I’ve never experienced it (I plan to, at some point), but I find it really interesting, and I’ve flirted with the idea of finding a course for it to get CE credits and expand my repertoire with something less intense than deep tissue massage.