Gentle. Non-invasive. Powerful.
An exceptionally gentle yet extremely powerful treatment, Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is increasingly recognized for the depth of its influence, the comprehensive range of its therapeutic effects, and its ability to resolve issues that are not helped by other means. This therapy comes from osteopathy, which is a medical approach that emphasizes the role of the musculoskeletal system in health and disease.
Some people come for Craniosacral Therapy because they have acute physical problems like headaches or bad backs, or long-standing physical or emotional problems. Others come for ongoing support for their busy lives, and for help to meet life’s challenges.
How CST Works
Its profound healing technique assists the body’s natural capacity for self-repair. Traditionally a non-invasive, hands-on treatment that uses gentle touch to balance the client's craniosacral system (the brain, cerebrospinal fluid, the system of membranes inside the cranium, all 22 cranial bones, the spine and the sacrum). Practitioners work with the natural and unique rhythms of our different body systems to pinpoint and correct problems at the source.
The aim of Craniosacral Therapy is to help get rid of restrictions in this system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.
"After being diagnosed with sleep apnea, the only option I was being presented with by the doctor and respiratory specialists was a CPAP machine. The thought of wearing a face mask to sleep on a nightly basis seemed so intrusive and there must be other options out there. Having known Natasha for many years and knowing she was starting to do Cranial treatments, I was open to giving it a shot. I won’t lie, I was skeptical about Cranial as a treatment for sleep apnea at first but I kept an open mind and almost immediately after the treatments started I noticed a difference in my sleep. I now have less sleep disturbances at night, my snoring is improved, and I felt more well rested when I wake up. The before and after sleep test results speak for themselves. For those looking for an alternative to CPAP, I highly recommend seeing Natasha."