What Can I expect from a CranioSacral Therapy Session??

22 04 2012
Central nervous system

Central nervous system (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A typical CranioSacral Therapy session takes place in a quiet, private setting.  You remain fully clothed as you relax on a comfortable, padded table.

Your therapist begins by gently touching various parts of your body to monitor the rhythm of the fluid that is flowing around your central nervous system.

By carefully listening with the hands to locate areas of weak fluid flow or tissue motion, your practioner can trace those areas of weakness through the body to the original source of dysfunction.

Delicate manual techniques are then used to release those problem areas and improve the form and function of your central nervous system.

A CranioSacral Therapy session can last up to an hour or more.  It can be used alone or integrated with other therapies to create powerful effects.

What you experience from your own session is highly individual.  The sessions are generally deeply relaxing, creating feelings of warmth or gentle pulsing in the areas the therapist is working on.

Natural and Safe for ALL ages to help many different issues and concerns.

 





The Four Happiness Neurotransmitters and Your Brain

17 04 2012
Mesolimbic dopaminergic and serotonergic pathways.

Mesolimbic dopaminergic and serotonergic pathways. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If your high in Seritonin, you’re positive, confident, flexible, and easy going.

If you’re sinking in Seritonin, you’ll tend to become negative, obsessive, worried irritable, ad sleepless.

If you’re high in Catecholamines (norepinephrin, dopamine, and adrenalin are in this group), you’re energized, upbeat, and alert.

If your Catecholamines have crashed, you can sink into a flat, lethargic funk.

If you’re high in GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), you’re relaxed and stress-free.

If there’s a gap in your GABA, you’ll be wired, stressed, and overwhelmed.

If you’re high in Endorphins, you’re full of cozy feelings of comfort, pleasure, and euphoria.

If you’re near the end of your Endorphins, you may be crying during commercials and overly sensative to hurt.

from the Mood Cure, by Julia Ross





What Conditions Does CranioSacral Therapy Address?

2 04 2012
Regions of the brain affected by PTSD and stress.

Regions of the brain affected by PTSD and stress. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

CranioSacral Therapy improves your body’s ability to take better care of you.  It helps relieve a full spectrum of pain, illness and dysfunction, including:

-Migraines and Headaches

-Chronic Neck and Back Pain

-Stress and Tension-Related Disorders

-Motor-Coordination Impairments

-Infant and Childhood Disorders

-Chronic Fatigue

-Fibromyalgia

-TMJ Syndrome

-Scoliosis

-Central Nervous System Disorders

-Learning Disabilities

-ADD/ADHD

-Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

-Orthopedic Problems

-And many more Conditions

After a serious head trauma CranioSacral Therapy helped re-balance my cerebrospinal fluid and relieve the pain and pressure it was causing and helped my pathways in my brain to heal and correct helping me be able to heal effectively.  Was labeled with Post traumatic Stress Disorder and Bowen and Cranial helped me heal.  ( and so much more) Sherry Barrett