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June Blog: The Benefits of Cranial Sacral Therapy

During the birth process a baby must face a number of stressful challenges on her journey into the world. Cranial Sacral Therapy can provide many beneficial results for the newborn.
Evidence suggests that the birth process for newborns holds a high degree of stress in the early months following birth. The bones of the head Are separate moving parts and designed perfectly to move and adjust as the baby moves through the birth canal.
A baby’s head is designed to be flexible and strong enough to push its way out under pressure. However, problems can occur when the cranial bones get twisted or compressed. And then they stay out of shape.
Pressure on the spinal column impacts cerebral spinal flow.
Therapists believe that this could result in disturbance of the nerves at the back of the head. With this, infants are unable to relax which leaves them feeling uncomfortable and unsettled (Fussy Baby Syndrome).
You can see how your baby may have discomfort in the gut area and could be communicating with you through crying and body language. A very small misalignment could be interfering in the baby who is experiencing colic.
The cranial system includes the skull and mandible, and the spine, sacrum, and tailbone, plus the membranes and fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord along with connective tissue.
Gentle hands-on techniques facilitate the unwinding or areas of compression and misalignment encouraging the release of stress associated with emotions.
Compression on the cranial sacral system impacts the limbic system. As a result, some emotional centers in the brain may be experiencing emotional stress. This impacts coping and behaviors skills. Cranial work is beneficial for infants, youth, and adults of all ages!

January Blog: The Benefits of Massage Therapy

By allowing any sort of negative energy–be it thoughts, sensations, or emotions–about any event to thrive, we are actively choosing to give away our peace. Our peace is such a sacred human experience. Peace is not a place. It is not a product of the mind or the act of being thoughtless. Rather, peace is the sensation that follows when we witness the stillness and bliss within. It is unique to each and every one of us. It is precious and life changing. Our peace keeps us grounded. Our peace provides a sense of openness and it breathes compassion outwardly. By choosing worry and frustration over peace, we opt for a life where worry and frustration are perpetual.

October Blog: Cleansing for New Seasons

By allowing any sort of negative energy–be it thoughts, sensations, or emotions–about any event to thrive, we are actively choosing to give away our peace. Our peace is such a sacred human experience. Peace is not a place. It is not a product of the mind or the act of being thoughtless. Rather, peace is the sensation that follows when we witness the stillness and bliss within. It is unique to each and every one of us. It is precious and life changing. Our peace keeps us grounded. Our peace provides a sense of openness and it breathes compassion outwardly. By choosing worry and frustration over peace, we opt for a life where worry and frustration are perpetual.

September Blog: Observances and the Heart Center

By allowing any sort of negative energy–be it thoughts, sensations, or emotions–about any event to thrive, we are actively choosing to give away our peace. Our peace is such a sacred human experience. Peace is not a place. It is not a product of the mind or the act of being thoughtless. Rather, peace is the sensation that follows when we witness the stillness and bliss within. It is unique to each and every one of us. It is precious and life changing. Our peace keeps us grounded. Our peace provides a sense of openness and it breathes compassion outwardly. By choosing worry and frustration over peace, we opt for a life where worry and frustration are perpetual.

May Blog: Healing is Not Linear – A Perspective Shift to Honor Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental health is a journey. It is a road trip with tired eyes that long to catch the sun rising after several hours of only seeing the night sky. It is a red eye flight whose jet lag introduces the body to time and space before it does the mind. Sometimes, we arrive in bliss. Others, …

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April Blog: Keep Your Peace – Writing for Trying Times

By allowing any sort of negative energy–be it thoughts, sensations, or emotions–about any event to thrive, we are actively choosing to give away our peace. Our peace is such a sacred human experience. Peace is not a place. It is not a product of the mind or the act of being thoughtless. Rather, peace is the sensation that follows when we witness the stillness and bliss within. It is unique to each and every one of us. It is precious and life changing. Our peace keeps us grounded. Our peace provides a sense of openness and it breathes compassion outwardly. By choosing worry and frustration over peace, we opt for a life where worry and frustration are perpetual.

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