What Conditions does craniosacral therapy address?
Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury
Migraines and Headaches
Chronic Neck and Back Pain
Stress and Tension-Related Disorders
Infant and Childhood Disorders
Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
And Many Other Conditions
How many craniosacral therapy sessions will i need?
Responses to CST will vary dependent on the individual and the condition being treated. Therefore, the number of sessions needed will vary from once weekly sessions to more or less frequent sessions.
How does craniosacral therapy work?
When our ANS is in a state of stress or shutdown we often have problems with our physical health, emotional states and relationships. Therefore, it makes total sense to have an optimal working nervous system and Craniosacral Therapy is one of the best modalities to address the nervous system. Craniosacral therapy assists our clients to shift into their social nervous system, inhibiting the SNS, improving vagal tone, addressing the cranial nerves and has a great and positive effect on regulating the entire nervous system. Read more about CranioSacral Therapy in our Ventral Vagus Healing & Craniosacral Therapy blog.
What is Tinnitus Syndrome?
Tinnitus is an internal noise or a hyperactivity in the central auditory system normally experienced as a ringing noise in the ears, coming from within the person. In some cases it is temporary and goes away over time. Unfortunately for others the ringing noise can be constant and impact their daily life. Tinnitus can be experienced in one or both ears. It can make different sounds and can vary in intensity. Tinnitus can be brought on by many different causes including dental trauma, loud music, TMJ (jaw problems), a physical trauma, long-term work stress, trauma or anxiety. Tinnitus is much more widespread than generally known with around 25% of Americans and around 20% of Australians suffering from it. Read our blog here.
How does craniosacral therapy help with depression & anxiety?
The Vagus Nerve is the largest ANS nerve, starting in the brainstem at the base of the skull and going through the neck into the chest and abdomen regulating many of our organs, from the heart, to the lungs, to the gut.
The Dorsal Vagus Nerve (DVN) which can have huge consequences on our mental and physical health as it generates slowdown, shutdown and depressive behaviour. The Dorsal Vagus Nerve influences the organs below the diaphragm, stomach, kidneys and intestines.
The basic goal of CST treatment is to lift the client from a chronic Dorsal Vagal state into activation of Ventral Vagus Nerve. During a CST treatment and with our subtle movements and it’s subtle as we listen, feel, touch and work with the most delicate structures of the body.
Read more about the Vagus Nerve & treatment of depression & anxiety in our blog - click here.