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What is Craniosacral Therapy?

CST is a light touch therapy that balances and restores the nervous system while releasing the effects of stress, injury, and trauma. It focuses on the Craniosacral system and the Fascial system of the body. This is done by enhancing the functions of the membranes, tissues, bones, and fluids surrounding the brain and spinal cord. 

What To Expect From A Session

Science Behind It.....

*Hundreds of case studies and articles can be found here. 

A Session Of CST Has Helped Many With....

  • Migraine & headaches.

  • Chronic neck and back pain.

  • Chronic fatigue.

  • Autism.

  • TMJ joint syndrome.

  • Central Nervous System Disorders.


  • Orthopedic Problems

  • Motor-Coordination Impairments.

  • Brain & Spinal cord injuries.

  • PTSD

  • Learning Disabilities.

  • Fibromyalgia.

  • Complex regional pain syndrome.

  • Fascial adhesions.

  • Multiple sclerosis.

  • Neuralgia.

  • Neurodegenerative diseases.

  • Stroke.

  • Post-concussion syndrome.

  • Speech impairment.

  • Epilepsy

*Please check with your doctor for any concerns.

Services Offered


1 hr. Craniosacral Session

CST Techniques Include:

  • Diaphragm Work: With light touch above and below the major diaphragms, roadblocks or barriers connected with that diaphragm are released to allow a more unrestricted flow of energy. The major diaphragms are the pelvic, respiratory, thoracic inlet, and occipital-atlantal (OA).

  • Unwinding Joints: With light touch above and below a joint, the range of motion is gently explored and encouraged in the direction of ease of least resistance. This results in a greater range of motion and function of the joint, and often releases pain in that area.

  • Correcting Cranial Rhythm: With a light touch on parts of the body that easily show the cranial rhythm, the therapist can help the body achieve improved balance and symmetry in cranial pulse in the head, body, and extremities.

  • Cranial Bone Work: With a light touch on various cranial bones (parietal, frontal, sphenoid, temporal, occiput), the therapist can help release or decompress tension or folds that affect the falx and tentorium membranes that are critical to the CCS.

  • Dural Tube Glide: A special CST technique gently stretches the Dural Tube to release any adhesions.

  • Sacral Base Release: A special CST technique gently releases the sacrum.