An integrative approach to healing.
LMT, ACN, Herbalist, Teacher for the Arvigo Institute, LLC
Founder and Lead Therapist at Wildflowers Wellness
See Michelle’s abundant qualifications and trainings here.
Here at Wildflowers Wellness, we support health from both traditional and modern perspectives. The foundation of the practice is the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy (ATMAT®). The hallmark of this indigenous healing art is abdominal massage, used to gently and painlessly reposition internal organs. The Arvigo Techniques have proven outstanding in relieving symptoms of digestive and reproductive maladies, including reflux, IBS, fertility challenges, prostate congestion, and painful menstruation. We also use therapeutic nutrition, herbalism and Craniosacral Therapy to further support the body in healing itself. To completely round out the therapeutic offerings, we offer Maya Spiritual Healing, a simple and ritualistic practice that honors the mind-body connection.
Michelle Brown built this blossoming and fruitful practice as a solo practitioner for 10 years. She brought Anthony Zachmann Vallejo into the practice in 2015 as a new ATMAT practitioner and an experienced massage therapist. The two therapists together joyfully offer their best to every client who who wants to give this profound set of therapies a chance to change their lives for the better.
Wildflowers Therapies is a safe and inclusive space, welcoming to the multitudes and intersections of identities.
Some of the issues we have helped clients with in the past:
- difficulty becoming pregnant
- difficult periods (including excessive bleeding, pain, and irregular cycles)
- fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS and other estrogen dominance issues
- discomforts of pregnancy and menopause
- interstitial cystitis
- frequent or painful urination
- erectile dysfunction
- irritable bowel syndrome
- gut dysbiosis
- chronic constipation or diarrhea
- diverticulitis/ischemic colitis
- Crohn’s disease
- post-surgical adhesions and pain
- chronic stress
- recovery after trauma