Craniosacral Therapy & Stress – In a Nutshell

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What is craniosacral therapy?

Craniosacral therapy came originally from cranial osteopathy which was developed by Sutherland. Dr. John O. Pledger wanted to take cranial osteopathy into the mainstream and started teaching it. Due to some regulation restrictions in the U.S., Pledger could not call it cranial osteopathy, which led him to have a turned coin term which is craniosacral therapy.

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle form of manual therapy and applied in a very gentle calm manner. It has great effects that it can be applied to infants, people who are stressed, people who are having insomnia, people who have problems with digestion and even people who are in situations or environments that could cause you to have emotionally tensed.

Despite being performed in a gentle and calm way, the therapist or the practitioner is well trained to perceive all of the circadian rhythms that go in your body. That way the practitioner can assess your emotional and physical states; where is your biosphere; where are you in a relationship to your body. The practitioner will then use his or her hands to do specific holds in the different areas of your body to bring that tissue or that organ into a homeostatic state in relationship to the rest of your entire biosphere.

Cranio sacral therapy has different models applied into the field. There is the osseus, the membranos, the pressure stat and the biodynamic model. This therapy is effective especially for those who want to experience stress relief and even anxiety relief. If you want to experience further this treatment, we have experts Victor Geronimo and Michell See who can help you with this treatment. Contact us and we are happy to help you.

Learn more about craniosacral therapy from this video.




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