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Craniosacral Therapy

Through gentle, subtle touch, Craniosacral Therapy (CST) relieves a variety of symptoms and restores balance with the nervous system and the body's ability for self-healing.

Our skull, sacrum and interconnected membranes house a hydraulic system that circulates cerebrospinal fluid around the brain and spinal cord.

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is an advanced method of evaluating and enhancing the craniosacral system. Using gentle but precise physical touch, CST helps release restrictions in the body’s system and optimize the subtle rhythmic movement of its bones, membranes and fluids. The result is a balancing of the nervous, muscular, fascial, immune, respiratory and endocrine systems.

CST is an increasingly popular therapeutic and preventative tool to increase relaxation and mobility, decrease pain, manage stress and address a range of conditions such as anxiety, ADHD, headaches and migraines, chronic fatigue and whiplash.

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  • Benefits

    CST is becoming widely used to increase immunity and help prevent health issues before they happen. It is also effective for those with physical dysfunctions, those who seek deep relaxation, and those who seek freedom from chronic pain.

  • Finding Relief

    Along with relieving physical symptoms, many clients report increased clarity of mind, deep relaxation and feeling more grounded after a craniosacral session.

  • How It Works

    Using no more than 5 grams of pressure, a CST session can even be done over clothing, making it an accessible and non-invasive treatment that help release emotional and physical blocks.

At Numinus, craniosacral therapy used as a stand-alone therapy or it can be effectively integrated into your physiotherapy, myofascial, or manual therapy session as a complementary healing technique.

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