Craniosacral therapy is light touch therapy. It is used to assess and increase cerebrospinal fluid flow. Craniosacral therapy eliminates the negative effects of stress and strengthens the body's ability to better care for you.
Craniosacral therapy relieves tension, pain, and dysfunction and allows your body to relax and adjust automatically. You can get information about the best therapy center in Santa Cruz online via santacruzbetterbody.
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Whether it is back pain, chronic pain, or neck pain, central craniosacral nervous system release therapy improves the health and performance of the whole body, naturally relieving pain and stress.
Dr. Sutherland developed cranial osteopathy in the 1930's. He believed that in childhood, the skull (the part of the skull around the brain) did not fully fuse together and maintained certain flexibility.
Dr. Apledar developed the craniosacral therapeutic approach in the 1970s. He found that the cerebrospinal fluid, which nourishes and protects the membranes surrounding the brain, spinal cord, and sacrum, pulsates.
He distinguished craniosacral therapy from osteopathy as "soft tissue oriented", "fluid oriented" and "membrane oriented" (covering the brain and spinal cord), not as "bone oriented". During your assessment of craniosacral therapy, the craniosacral therapist detects rhythms and looks for any boundaries that are blocking the free movement of the craniosacral system.
The craniosacral system is checked for amplitude, quality, velocity and symmetry. This reaction, or lack thereof, is an important factor in detecting functional disorders in various parts of the body. Craniosacral therapy is performed on clients who are fully clothed and comfortable on a massage table in a serene setting.