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, revealing the nature of this beautiful latticework structure. Fascia is a continuous system that surrounds every muscle, bone, nerve, blood vessel, organ and cell in our body.
How Light Touch Works
The level of pressure applied by the therapist changes according to the part of the body being worked on and the nature of the restriction found there. For example – light pressure can be used to support the release of fascia around cells, blood vessels, nerves, organs, and membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Heavier pressure may be used to affect fascia surrounding bones, joints and muscles.
It’s a Cutting Edge Therapy
If you feel frustrated and defeated due to chronic pain or chronic dysfunction not being resolved through other modalities or healthcare methods, the relational and connected approach of Craniosacral Therapy may provide you with a life-changing experience.
Craniosacral Therapy invites us to expand our point of view and improve the relationship we have with our bodies. In doing so, it provides us with valuable tools to support our health and empowers us to take control of our own wellbeing.