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Cranial Sacral Massage Therapy

What is Cranial Sacral Massage?
Cranial Sacral Massage is a form of Cranial Osteopathy that helps with many emotional, physical, and psychological conditions. 
A gentle relaxing touch massage of the skeletal system, connective tissues and soft tissues of the head, neck, chest, pelvis, tailbone, and spine performed on a fully clothed client with socks and shoes off. This massage helps to relieve restrictions in the cranial system to improve the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid and improve the function of the central nervous system. 

When the body is in a relaxed state it enhances the body’s own healing capabilities. 


What is it good for?

 
ADD/ADHD
Alzheimer’s disease
Autism
Anxiety
Asthma
Birth Trauma 
Central Nervous System Disorders
Chronic Fatigue
Colic
Constipation
Dementia
Depression
Ear Aches
Eye Problems
Fibromyalgia
Head Pain
Immune Disorders
Learning Disabilities
Migraines
Motor Coordination Problems
Neck Pain
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Psychological Trauma
Seizures
Sinus Infections
Scoliosis
Stress
Tinnitus
Tension
TMJ Syndrome 
Vertigo

Who Should Not Have Cranial Sacral Massage?
If you are pregnant, have or have had aneurysms, cerebral hemorrhage, severe bleeding disorders and any sort of recent head, neck or spinal injury. 

Are there side effects of Cranial Sacral Massage?
The body may release in a variety of ways. Sometimes an emotional release will occur and clients will feel emotional and cry during a session. Other times the body will release through involuntary movements.