Craniosacral Therapy for Everyone

Linden leaf on a white backgroundBenefits for All Ages
I love having a general practice where I see all types of people. CST is helpful for people of all ages. It is a commonly known treatment for such diverse conditions as headaches, TMJ dysfunction, chronic middle ear infections, vertigo, depression, back pain, joint immobility, neck pain, sinus congestion, migraines, learning disabilities, the effects of trauma and negative touch.

In infants, I use it to treat colic, sleep disorders, feeding problems, breathing or digestive difficulties, various congenital, neurological and genetic problems, plus the effects of forceps, vacuum extractor or cesarean birth.

A Typical Session
The source of pain or loss of function isn’t always obvious. The body presents things in a particular order unique to each person. I will assess you while you are standing and while you rest fully-clothed on a massage table. I correct the sources of pain and dysfunction using gentle manipulative techniques. This sets the stage for your body to most efficiently use its own power to heal. Because the body exerts considerable energy adapting to its restrictions, most people find the sessions deeply relaxing.

Supported Emotional Release
We store our life experiences in our bodies. Because the CST techniques are gentle, but powerful, the effects go deep without stimulating the body’s defenses. They can easily unlock the residue of trauma stored in the tissues. This unlocking and facilitated resolution process is called Supported Emotional Release. It is an integral part of CST.

Supported Emotional Release uses dialoging and therapeutic imagery along with other verbal, energetic and physical support techniques to initiate change. These techniques promote the discovery and gentle release of the restrictions that contribute to pain and loss of function. After receiving this process-oriented type of bodywork, people report greater clarity, peacefulness and insight along with positive change in their physical symptoms.