Snoopy5386 - I just wanted to say that I started getting the Mayan Abdominal massage for my prolapsed uterus (mild, but still, a prolapse) and it has really helped. I can't say if the person who you are gonna go to is good or not, but the theory and practice for Mayan Massage is awesome. I'm not sure why the therapist would need to work on you for 3-4 hours - can you ask her before you go why she is spending that much time at once? Who knows, maybe she's reaaaaaaaaally thorough!
My first appointment was 2 hours with one hour of talking and one hour of massage and now it only lasts about an hour. My therapist (who is coincidentally the woman who wrote the Womb Massage article for last month's Mothering issue) does a full body massage while focusing on specific places that really affect the pelvic organs (saccrum, glutes) and then does the massage off the pubic bone (which brings the uterus up) and some abdominal work too. She also discusses supplements and other things you can do to help the uterine area. It's so awesome to be able to talk to someone about all this prolapse stuff who is truly knowledgeable about it. We looked at drawings of different kinds of prolapses and she was able to tell me which kind she thought I had based on my symptoms and what she felt during the massage (uterus folded over itself forward). Having a visual for this was SO helpful.
What I have liked about it is that my therapist can get a feel of how intense the prolapse is or in which way it's tilted just by doing the massage. I LOVE being able to know that. And, she taught me how to do the massage myself, which I do (it's only 5 minutes every night while I lay in bed - so easy!) and at the last appointment she said "You've been doing your self massage - I can tell!" because she said things felt really different. My bladder didn't feel so pushed up to the front. And she can feel that my uterus is tilted to the left a little, so we (and I) do extra massage to move it to be more centered. So again, I'm really happy to know that she has an idea of where these organs are in my body and whether they're out of place.
Also, before I had my son, my periods were pretty easy. After my period came back post-partum (around 18 months), I bled more and had lots of clots and also lots of brown spotting - kinda sticky and stringy. I told my therapist about this and she told me that I shouldn't be having that brown stuff - it was old blood and that shouldn't be collecting in there. My period should be mostly red blood. It made sense to us that if my uterus is flopped over itself that there is probably that top part of it that isn't able to get all its blood out and so it stays in there and gets old (brown/sticky). The first period I had AFTER the massage treatment had a lot less of the brown stuff, way more red and I (TMI coming up here) passed something that looked like tissue. Seriously, it looked like the body tissue that was in the birthing pool when I was done having my son. It wasn't a clot. So, I have a feeling that was stuck up in that top part of my uterus as well until she/we massaged it up enough to let the everything get out of it. I'm really curious to see what my next period is like too. That being said, this massage did wonders for me in many ways!!!
One thing to be careful of is I had CRAZY digestive issues after my first appointment because everything got all moved around (and I'm sure toxins were releasing). It's a good thing to get rid of all that, but just so ya know
Of course, this is just my experience and yours might be different (heck, it could even be better!) Just wanted to give you my 2 cents since I just started doing the Mayan Massage.