What is Vagina Steaming?
Vaginal Steaming is a method of healing used in over 25 countries around the world. It is a very grounding, soothing and healing practice. The steams helps treat many gynecological concerns including heavy or painful periods, fertility concerns, postpartum care, and so much more! It is an incredible preventive treatment and sacred self-care tool.
The History of Vaginal Steaming
Vaginal Steaming dates back thousands of years and is visible in almost every indigenous African, Asian, Mayan and Native American culture. The practice goes by other names such as Yoni Steam Baths, V-Steams, Womb Therapy, Chai-yok, or Bajos. These cultures use Vaginal Steaming as a routine ritual to maintain female reproductive health as well as to honor and connect with the feminine energy. In Chinese medicine specifically, all of the organs have emotional and energetic qualities. Yoni steaming allows women to reconnect with their bodies in a positive loving way which helps to clear blocked energy. Vagina Steams are also a form of healing that can be help restore balance and clear away stagnation.
What happens during a Vagina Steam Session?
Stefania has crafted a way for women to experience a positive and relaxing way to nurture and connect with themselves. Consultations and sessions take place in a private and tranquil setting with a women’s needs in mind. During the first session, Stefania will sit down to discuss your personal wellness goals and offer a healing space to receive the Vagina Steam treatment. To receive the treatment, you will sit on a vagina steam seat, a wooden box that incases a container of hot water, herbs, and oils with an opening on the top to release the the steam. The steam brings moist heat to the womb and perineum, softening the tissues it comes in contact with. Stefania will select herbs depending on the condition being treated, how to best nourish the body, and promote uterine cleansing.
“My wish is for all women to know how to use Vaginal Steaming and apply it to their needs. I’m passionate about women getting medicine and care back into their own hands.” – Stefania