Craniosacral Therapies in Melbourne, Florida

Craniosacral Therapy: Balancing the Nervous System through Science-Backed Techniques

Craniosacral Therapy offers a non-invasive, gentle approach to balancing the nervous system from within. This therapy aims to harmonize the cranial sacral system, release tension, and dissolve energy cysts throughout the body, ultimately guiding individuals of all ages—from newborns to adults—toward homeostasis. 

The foundation of this technique is rooted in the understanding that cerebrospinal fluid circulates in a semi-closed hydraulic system, resulting in a detectable cranial sacral rhythm. Therapists can monitor this rhythm anywhere in the body, using it to identify signs of imbalance, restrictions, or compression within the cranial vault. More recent research has proven the highly important glymphatic system enclosed within this system. The glymphatic system is a special vascular network that is vital to our nervous system aka the brain! This nutritive fluid consists of immune factors, blood and nutrients and more importantly toxic waste products that must be eliminated for proper brain, mental and body processes. In fact, this fluid houses the neurotransmitters that make us feel good, aroused, excited, or angry, even frozen in fear!

Studies have shown that when this fluid is not allowed to flow freely, such as from stress, muscle tension, poor posture, injury, illness or physical obstruction...devastating results can happen!

Craniosacral therapists provide subtle assessment, treatment and encouraging of the fascial system that encases the brain and spinal cord, as well as the extremities. This light touch work has deep, yet profound results.
A Healthy Brain
Crucial to a long and vital life
A healthy brain and a long vital life is what craniosacral therapy can provide for your mental status. In fact, it is shown to be beneficial for:
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Alzheimers
  • Parkinsons
  • Autism
  • Mood disorders
  • Chronic pain management
Happy Babies
Calms, soothes and improves feeding and sleeping
Craniosacral therapy has been shown to help babies recover from the stress of birth, balance their digestive systems, address GERD issues, improve latching, and enhance sleep and overall well-being. It is particularly beneficial for newborns who have experienced traumatic or assisted births involving forceps or vacuums. 
Click here to learn more about my Pediatric Specialty.
Relaxed Moms
Helps overcome stored birth trauma
Helping mommies, too! From birth trauma, to the stress of first-time or new additions, cesearean scars to painful recoveries....craniosacral therapy can ease the transition and help you body, mind and emotions stay balanced and even. 

Daddies bear the stress, too! Fathers also benefit from the immense gift that craniosacral therapy provides.Craniosacral Therapy offers a unique opportunity for profound self-reflection and a range of sensory experiences. It is common for patients to experience waves of calm, mental imagery, or thoughts during a session, all of which contribute to a deeper understanding of one's body. 
Pain Free Bodies
Relieve chronic mental, physical and emotional pain
Craniosacral therapy is excellent for chronic pain conditions, autoimmune symptom management and overall wellbeing. The number one contributing factor to increased symptoms of ALL disease? Stress! This nervous system reset gets your mind and body aligned in your favor for optimal healing and recovery. Every body needs this.

Are you ready for your experience? 

Craniosacral Therapy stands out as one of the gentlest approaches to healing at any age. The slow, deliberate pace allows the body to maintain adjustments and changes without quickly reverting to its previous state. Moreover, the body continues to adjust and heal for several days after a session, providing ongoing benefits that seem to never end. In fact, you'll probably hear me say...

"It's not always what happens in the session but what happens after the session".

Pssst! Heya, nerd ;)
So you read all the way to the bottom, didja? 
Well, if you 
still want to learn a little here!