Craniosacral Raymond Henderson 2017-10-30T04:28:02+00:00
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the function of the craniosacral system, which is made up of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. Using a very soft touch, the practitioner works with the bones of the skull and the pelvis. This affects, in turn, the deeper layers of membranes and cerebrospinal fluids in the spinal canal, the brain, and the spinal cord itself. Therapists release restrictions to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.
A pulse through the fluids proceeds through the entire craniosacral system, like a tidal wave, from the sutures in the skull to the spinal cord. Like a hydraulic system, there has to be an optimal circulation, which depends on constant mobility. When the membranes and lubricating liquids lose their freedom to glide freely, we hurt and symptoms start. It’s easy to imagine how even the slightest impact, lesion or distortion can stretch or strain this delicate system. Craniosacral therapy helps the body to re-establish an unobstructed wave, which is how symptoms disappear.
Sessions are generally performed in comfortable attire on a massage table.
Promotes relief of chronic pain
Improved function of nervous system, enabling body to respond to stress more effectively
Improved immune system function
Overall relaxation and revitalization
Relief of chronic fatigue, depression or hyperactivity
Improves mental clarity
Boosts energy and stamina
Great Modality For People Who:
Suffer from stress related conditions or PTSD
Suffer from whiplash-post accident/unresolved trauma
Chronic pain from trauma, injury or surgery
Are affected by autistic spectrum conditions, ADD, ADHD, MS and other neurological conditions
Suffer from hormonal imbalances
Suffer from TMJ Disorders, clenching, grinding and tension
Children who experience learning, speech and developmental difficulties, tantrums or phobias
Therapists Trained in Craniosacral Massage