Our therapist works with you using light touch to various points of your body including your head, your feet and the back of your pelvis.
You’ll be fully clothed throughout the therapy with blankets and pillows to make you comfortable.
People often come for Craniosacral therapy with the following sorts of issues:
Craniosacral therapy seeks to restore balance to the body – both physically and emotionally – and can decrease stress and impact even from old and chronic injuries and illnesses.
In particular Craniosacral Therapy works with the connective tissue system in our bodies – gently lessening the strain of muscles and allowing easier flow of the fluids within our bodies. It is also astounding in the way it can help our nervous system calm in a very profound way. Helping to release tensions deep in the nervous system means our body can relax, and self-correct, freeing itself of pain and many other health issues.
This means that a series of Craniosacral therapy sessions can affect us in unexpected ways. What might have started as a quest to get relief from a sore shoulder could become a release on many levels. You may begin to feel more energy, more clarity of thought and less stress in your relationships with others.
Because it is so gentle and non-invasive, Craniosacral Therapy is great for very young babies and children. The sorts of things babies and children come for include: Feeding problems, Reflux, Colic, General unsettledness, Sleeping problems and Post–birth check up.
All the things we experience day to day in some way impact our body and can leave their mark in one way or another. You could think of our connective tissue like a story book of all the experiences we’ve had in our lives, recording this accident, or that illness, or that heartbreak. Our Craniosacral Therapist is skilled at “listening” to the story of your body and helping things release.
In a study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, researchers found that participants who received bodywork like Cranial Sacral Therapy had better quality sleep and fewer migraines than participants who didn’t.
A 2015 trial showed “CST was both specifically effective and safe in reducing neck pain intensity and may improve functional disability and the quality of life up to 3 months after intervention”. (Clinical Journal of Pain, 2016)
The results from an Icelandic study (2012) indicated that “Craniosacral therapy can alleviate migraine symptoms”. (Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 2012)
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