Learn how to get pregnant with Chinese medicine, positive thinking & the mind-body connection from San Diego fertility acupuncture expert, Heidi Brockmyre.

{VIDEO} 5 Self-Care Chinese Medicine Tools for Pregnancy Success

In this video, I’ll share with you 5 Chinese medicine tools you can practice at home to maintain a healthy menstrual cycle and improve overall health to achieve pregnancy success…

One of my favorite tools that I use all the time is self-acupressure.

Acupressure guides energy throughout the acupuncture meridians helping to deliver necessary nutrients, blood, oxygen and vital life force energy called qi throughout your body.

The acupoints are charged with increased electrical activity that communicates with the brain sending specific messages about what to do and where to deliver blood, qi, hormones and nutrients.

If energy is bottle-necked in some areas, other areas aren’t receiving enough energy. The acupoints can redistribute and balance flow.

I’m so grateful to know how to use the points and just think it’s so amazing that you can guide your energy throughout your body when you know how.

Another wonderful tool is Moxa Therapy. Moxa is a powerful Chinese medicine herbal heat therapy in which dried herb called "moxa" are heated very near the surface of the skin over specific acupoints. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of blood and Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences.

Next is qigong. Qigong is like Chinese medicine’s version of yoga. Qigong is a system of movements that moves qi and energy throughout the acupuncture meridians. It increases your vital life force of your body, which is so important for supporting health reproductive function.

Another excellent tool is abdominal self-massage.

Abdominal massage can directly increase blood circulation to the ovaries and uterus.

It can also help the proper alignment of the uterus by relaxing the surrounding muscles and tendons.

And lastly, visualization is an effective tool.

In Chinese medicine, we say “qi follows thought.”

Our minds are really the most effective tools of all.  Afterall, our brains are what release hormones and tell the uterus what to do.

And of course, you most likely already know how important nutrition and supplements are.

If you’d like to learn more, I’m hosting a workshop that teaches you more about how these Chinese medicine tools that you can practice at home work and I’ll be giving a couple live demos teaching you an acupressure point that increases the overall qi of your body, a relaxing technique to cleanse your liver and improve uterine lining health, and a quick and easy qigong technique that’s great for your fertility.