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Craniosacral Therapy

If you are new to this type of healing, you are in for a treat. Please review our articles about Craniosacral Therapy and get up to speed on the tremendous results and  benefits we can achieve together.  Please be aware that this therapy is not meant to replace first aid or primary care. If you have serious injury, your first call should be the doctor. However if you are harboring old injuries and dysfunctional movement patterns, you are in the right place.

My Own Craniosacral Therapy Journey

My Health Crisis When I was in my early twenties, working as a travel agent and fitness instructor / personal trainer, I began to experience severe, debilitating headaches. For three years, I pursued every conventional medical avenue with no success.

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What to Expect On Your First Treatment

Getting Started Please contact me by email or phone to make an appointment at a location, time and day that is convenient for you, and/or to ask any questions you may have. Please fill out the Client Intake Form. Submit your Client Intake Form

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C19 Safety Procedures

COVID Clinic Protocols and Procedures I hope you and your families have been keeping well.  I am happy to let you know that the doors of the clinic are open. In order to help keep clients and therapists healthy and

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What is Craniosacral Therapy?

Facia: The Interwoven Body Our bodies are made up of a connective tissue called fascia. Fascia is a continuous, interconnected, mesh-like network that extends throughout the entire body. Our fascial network encases and connects every cell, muscle, nerve, organ and

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What is Light Touch?

You may be unfamiliar with Craniosacral Therapy and how light touch can have such a profound effect on the connective tissue of the body. What Does Facia Look Like? The short video below shows the fascia in a living body,

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Our bodies require a certain amount of energy to operate. How much energy we possess is based on a combination of factors, including our health, fitness, training and nutrition—even our way of thinking and how we live our lives. Whenever

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Injury and Trauma

What Happens When We Get Injured or Experience Trauma? Fascia is a continuous, interconnected, mesh-like connective tissue network that extends throughout the entire body. Physical trauma and/or injury can alter the fascial fabric and create local, distant, or full-body stress that

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Life is a series of events that affect our fascial network — the interwoven biological fabric that influences all of our body structures and functions. Some events are small, repetitive and insidious, while others are large and obvious traumas, surgeries or injuries.

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Stress and Immunity

We are each equipped with a high-performing immune system, miraculously designed to heal our body, and protect us from disease. When we pay attention to key elements such as nutrition, fostering low-stress lifestyles and keeping our fascia hydrated and healthy with regular

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