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CST is done fully clothed, so you’ll want to wear something comfortable. If your feet tend to get cold, wear socks because I will ask you to remove your shoes.
during a session:
You’ll lie on your back on a massage table for most of the sessions—if not all.
I usually begin at your feet and work my way up to your head, providing a full body healing experience.
The session consists of gentle touches at key pressure points to identify and release energy blocks and tension.
You can expect to experience very deep relaxation, and may even fall asleep (which is completely normal and okay).
Sometimes clients feel a sense of emotional release which is common during body and energy work. You may even feel strong physical sensations. While this may be a new experience for you and can sometimes be intense, let yourself feel whatever comes up. I will be there to guide you through the process.
after a session:
For the two to three days following a session, you’ll want to stay hydrated and tuned into how you are feeling. Note any changes in how you feel physically and emotionally.
Many clients feel a strong sense of calm after each session that can sometimes last a few days.
You’ll notice a difference after just one session, but it may take several sessions to reach your wellness goals.
how does it work:
CranioSacral Therapy focuses on the central nervous system—the command center for the body – which is why it can be used to address so many different and often complex conditions. By improving the function of the central nervous system, CST aims to improve the body’s ability to heal and self-correct itself, from head to toe inside and out. As a practitioner, I aim to release restrictions that may be impacting the craniosacral system—the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid - that surround, protect and nourish the brain and spinal cord. CST balances the autonomic nervous system, allowing for a deep relaxation which allows the receiver to function better.