Craniosacral Therapy for Adults & Babies
All parts of the body should be able to move independently of their neighbors.
How does Craniosacral Therapy work?
Don’t let the name fool you, this is whole body work. This light touch offers the deepest relief. All body parts should move independently of their neighbors. We have connective tissue that surrounds our muscles, bones, ligaments, and blood vessels. When our body parts don’t move the way they are supposed to, connective tissue is causing restrictions that interfere with proper body functioning. The weight of pressure I use is about that of a nickel. My trained hands are able to feel into tissues and find the spots that are causing all the commotion.
Who can Craniosacral Therapy help?
Craniosacral therapy is for everyone, especially people who are modest, or who have a tendency to get sick after bodywork. While it offers great prevention and body maintenance, this is extremely effective for those who have had concussions (especially more than one), old injuries, scar tissue, sinus congestion, and jaw issues.
How much does it cost?
- Adult, Pregnancy & Postpartum Craniosacral Therapy - $60/hr
- Infant Craniosacral Therapy - $45/hr
Prenatal Craniosacral Therapy
We can do this from conception to birth.
This light touch practice is powerful, and can be done from conception to birth. Stay fully clothed while I work my way around the body. I’ll make sure you’re comfortable during every stage of pregnancy. My approach going in is that every bone and muscle should move independently from its neighbor. With skilled touch i’m able to feel into which parts of the body have restrictions and release them.
What’s in it for you? Stress reduction, more movement in all structures including bony pelvis. Babies only grow into the space that is available, by allowing more space we can help baby develop optimally, as well as prepare them for the right positions during labor for the sake of mom and baby.
Every prenatal craniosacral session includes a cool SI joint and pubic symphysis release, a super awesome technique that has been shown to improve birth outcomes, an easy pelvic floor balancing, and a protocol for sinus congestion relief.
Infant Craniosacral Therapy
Getting born is tough work for mom AND baby. I work with babies that had quick births, long births, forceps or vacuums extraction, VBACs, breech babies, and cesareans. I work with babies who have latch issues, feeding issues, boob preferences, cute dimples and duck faces, torticollis, and hip dysplasia.