Diane Terry-Lee, RMT
Member of ANBMT & MARA
REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST AND ACUPUNCTURIST (P): 1-506-476-1515 (E): dterry@rogers.com

CrainoSacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on technique to help detect and correct imbalances in the CranioSacral System by seeking the causes of pain and dysfunction and encouraging the body’s self-correcting properties. These imbalances may be the cause of sensory, motor or neurological dysfunction.

The CranioSacral System

The therapy involves the CranioSacral system, which includes the membranes and fluids that surround and protects the brain and spinal cord. The system extends from bones of the skull, face and mouth down to the sacrum or tail bone.

Delicate Manual Therapy

Performed on the CranioSacral System enhances the body’s natural healing processes and is effective for a wide range of problems. Rather than deciding how they should make the correction, the therapist follows cues from the body. This gentle approach is extremely safe and effective in most situations.

What to Expect From a CranioSacral Session

In a typical session the client lies on a table and relaxes while the CranioSacral system is evaluated using about five grams of pressure. The technique is so subtle that clients often sleep peacefully throughout the treatment. Clients often feel tensions and restrictions releasing during the session.

What I like most about CranioSacral Therapy is the fact that it is extremely relaxing and encourages the body to self-correct. During the treatment you may experience what is called a “Somatic Emotional Release.” (S.E.R.) This happens when tensions in your body are released. Tensions accumulate in your tissues during emotional or physical traumas etc. When you experience a Somatic Emotional Release the tissues that have been “storing” the tension unwind and release.

Mysofacial Release therapy