* Are you having lower back pain that is recurring?
* Are your neck and shoulders stiff from stooping over your computer?
* Do you get migraine headaches often?
* Do you wish to be pain free?
* Do you wish for a healthy body, mind and emotion?
If the answer is YES to any of the above, you are ready for a Craniosacral Therapy
What is Craniosacral Therapy?
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle and subtle whole body approach that releases tensions deep in the Central Nervous System so that every other systems in our body can relax and self correct, free itself of pain and other health issues.
How does it work?
Our body comprises of 92% fluid — in the cells, between soft tissues, spinal cord and in the skull cavities. These fluids flow in a tide-like movement. This tidal movement is an expression of health, termed as Breath of Life (BOL) by an osteopath, Dr. William Sutherland in 1900's.
Craniosacral practitioners make light contact on the body and listen to the expression of health within the body. The BOL produces a series of subtle rhythms that can be palpated by trained hands. When physical or emotional or mental stress overwhelms the body, the fluids get restricted, thus the tidal fluctuations are disturbed. When the expressions of the BOL can be facilitated, then health is consequently restored.
Physically, Craniosacral influences the Central Nervous System, brain and spinal cord, as well as the cerebro-spinal fluid that bathes it. It helps you naturally free yourself of pain, stress and discomfort.
Emotionally, Craniosacral can affect very deep and primary patterns while providing the client with resource and space to explore their emotional landscape. Craniosacral provides a deep sense of resourcing within the client, offering a safe container for emotional issues to resolve.
It is for this reasons that Craniosacral Therapy is particularly effective and suitable for :
• mothers and babies who have experienced traumatic birth process;
• babies with misshapen head due to compression and restrictions experienced during forceps, suction or caesarean birth process,
• common infant problems such as colic, poor feeding, excessive crying and breathing difficulties
• young children with learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism, and cerebral palsy
• muscular tension/tightness, stiff neck, shoulders, headaches, migraines and backaches.
• stress and tension related problems, anxiety and depression
• central nervous system disorder, strokes
This therapy is performed on clients fully clothed on a comfortable massage couch.