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Cranial-Sacral

 

"The body has an amazing resource for self-balancing and self-healing. There is a power within that knows how to regulate and heal our body-mind being."  Mary Louise Muller

The cranial-sacral system is composed of the cerebrospinal fluid and the fascial membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord; therefore connecting with every structure in the body.

Fascial imbalances can lead to a host of physical problems, from chronic pain to limited range of motion. 

I experienced just that:  chronic pain and limited range of motion that was due to a past bicycle injury. I loved receiving Cranial Sacral Therapy as one of my go-to-healing modalities.  

 

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How Does It Work?  

Through the practitioner's gentle, non-invasive touch, a 'listening through the hands’ to the body's subtle rhythms and patterns, cranial-sacral and fascial restrictions are released.  The overall functioning of the central nervous system is improved. 

I love being able to gift others with CST.  It's a privilege for me to 'hear' and patiently wait for their 'unwinding' and 're-balancing' to occur.  It's a beautiful and brilliant system of gentle self-correction and self-regulation.

 

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'In order for the brain to help the body function optimally, it needs the maximum space possible to do its work. Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST) creates more space for the brain to function, allowing physical and emotional challenges to be dealt with and resolved more easily. CST addresses a wide range of conditions and challenges and is suitable for all ages.' 

 

 

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Introduction to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

"Life expresses itself as motion. At a deep level of our physiological functioning, all healthy, living tissues subtly ‘breathe’ with the motion of life - a phenomenon that produces rhythmic impulses, which can be palpated by sensitive hands.

 

"The part can never be well unless the whole is well."

Plato

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