Cranial Sacral

Cranial Sacral is a great way to balance the mind and the body. This massage uses very light pressure and helps to move the cerebrospinal fluid through the head and spinal cavities. Everyday we face incredible amounts of stress to our body and its muscles tense up because of this and stop us from being as healthy as we could be. The soft touch of this massage can help to relieve these barriers and improve our overall health especially in the brain and spinal cord areas. Soft-touch techniques are used to release restrictions in any tissues influencing the craniosacral system. This massage will help to balance the body and improve the bodies self correction ability, which means less trips to the doctors. Cranial Sacral therapy is for relieving migraines, headaches, chronic fatigue, ADD/ADHD, post traumatic stress disorder and many more issues that may arise. Cranial Sacral will help to relieve pressure, pain and stress in the body. When this massage is over you will feel light, relaxed and stress free. This massage will increase your health and improve your immune system and overall health. This massage will release endorphins and create a deeply relaxed feeling in the body. Cranial Sacral is focused on the bones of the skull, neck and spinal column. This massage has also been used to help people with cancer feel more relaxed.  We have used it in the past to help clients that have experienced strokes to return to their bodies and reconnect with themselves.   Clients that have used this massage after a stroke have experienced a return of feeling in the body and more ability to move limbs and control muscles. Sessions for this massage tend to be between thirty minutes to an hour. Patients with cancer or serious health conditions should consult a doctor before they start cranial sacral therapy.

Heather Small is from Metta Spa, 286 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury Mass. 01545

Phone Number 508-757-1587

http://www.mettaspa.com

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