CranioSacral Therapy practitioners use a light touch approach to release tension deep in the body in order to relieve pain, dysfunction, and imbalances and improve whole-body health, performance and healing. Few body structures have more influence over your health and well-being than your central nervous (CranioSacral) system. And few body systems have more impact on your central nervous system than the CranioSacral system; made up of soft tissues and fluid that protect your brain and spinal cord.
You endure stresses and strains in everyday life, your body absorbs them. But your body can only handle so much tension before the tissues begin to tighten, and potentially affect the brain and spinal cord. Unfortunately, this can compromise the function of the central nervous system and nearly every other system in your body.
CST releases those tensions to allow the entire body to relax and self-correct. Using a gentle touch, starting with about the weight of a nickel, practitioners evaluate you for tension/strain patterns. Then they use distinctive light-touch techniques to release any restrictions they find in these patterns.
By freeing the central nervous system to perform at its best, CST has been shown to naturally reduce pain and stress, strengthen your resistance to disease, and enhance your health and well-being.
The client and the practitioner work together to prioritize imbalances, restrictions, or other issues that are most important to address during the therapy session. A deep sense of relaxation and wholeness is felt during the course of the session and will be integrated into a new balance and renewed level of health.
I’m humbled to be able to share in the experience toward better health for clients past, present, and future.
Health Issues helped by CST:
Our passion is to facilitate each client’s optimum health and support their innate healing process in a comfortable therapeutic environment that is compassionate and understanding.
“I started to have panic attacks when I was a child growing up in an environment with constant violence. CranioSacral Therapy (CST) has given me the opportunity to release these past traumas and create pathways in dealing with stress and perceived threats. PTSD is absolutely a disease of dis-connection in ourselves and with others. CST is the bridge back home to self.” – Tom P.