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Children and Babies Craniosacral Therapy Session

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Babies and young children respond more rapidly to biodynamic craniosacral therapy, so shorter sessions work better for them. When working with babies and infants, we work with the mother and child as a unit because of the intimate relationship they share.

Try out our therapy and see if it’s right for you! Order a 40 minute session of biodynamic craniosacral therapy for your infant or young child.

For adults and teens (12 years old and up) please book a session at our regular rate for a single session of craniosacral therapy.

About Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Life expresses itself in motion. All tissues of the body ‘breathe’ with the motions of life, producing subtle, rhythmic impulses which can be felt under the sensitive, experienced hands of a trained therapist. Craniosacral therapy is a safe, non-manipulative, hands-on therapy that can be helpful with a wide variety of conditions.

Craniosacral therapy is deeply relaxing. It assists the body’s natural healing processes, increasing physical vitality and well-being. It aids in pain relief and encourages the nervous system, organs and musculoskeletal system to balance and heal. Craniosacral therapy is client-led, allowing the individuals system to set the pace at which the work progresses.

Craniosacral therapy is carried out sitting or lying on a treatment table fully clothed. The therapist generally places their hands under the client's head, feet, back or sacrum, along the spinal column, and listens to the body's fluid motion. The client may experience a deep sense of relaxation. They may also become aware of heat or cold, tingling, pulsations, emotional release and other sensations. It's common for client and practitioner to exchange feedback about the therapy during a session. It's often beneficial for the client to share images, sensations or experiences that arise during a session.

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