Recent Examples of craniosacral therapy from the Web
Kennedy has invited an impressive roster of beauty and wellness experts to conduct in-studio workshops, such as craniosacral therapy with celebrity aesthetician Julia March, and a posture workshop with Pilates guru Elizabeth Larkam.
The hiking program takes full advantage of the terrain; other options include watsu, acupuncture, hot river-stone massage, and craniosacral therapy.
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medical Definition of craniosacral therapy
- He has also trained in craniosacral therapy, a technique developed by an osteopath which uses gentle pressure on the spine and skull to relieve tension.
- —Rosalie Rayburn, The Albuquerque Journal, 4 Nov. 2010
- Craniosacral therapists work with the craniosacral system, a continuous membrane of deep tissue (fascia) that connects the cranium and spine and that also houses the brain and central nervous system.
- —Mirka Knaster, Yoga Journal, July/August 2000
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