I honor, appreciate and love to receive your referrals. You can enjoy even more Advanced CranioSacral Therapy benefits by helping me to grow my practice: Earn an extra 20 minutes of session time or 20% off your next session for every new client referral that actually books an appointment!
A great referral for me is a family member, friend or colleague who wants to feel her or his best every day. I work with clients of all ages, especially infants, teens and adults.
If you have ever found yourself wanting to share with others the wonders of your experience with treatment through CranioSacral Therapy but are not quite sure what to say, here are some tips to easily talk about CST. The key is to keep it simple.
You can start with a brief description of CranioSacral Therapy: CST is a gentle, light touch approach that releases tension in your central nervous system so that your entire body can relax and naturally self-correct. You just lie down and relax on a treatment table, in loose comfortable clothes.
Since every person is unique, his or her experience with CranioSacral Therapy is unique. So I encourage you tell your personal story–talk about how you FEEL as a result of your treatment and how CST makes a difference for you in your life.
For instance, you may feel deeply relaxed and can go about your day with greater calm and ease; your may be sleeping more soundly; your mind may be clearer; emotions may have surfaced for your to process around an injury; you may have more mobility in your neck or other area of your body; you may have less jaw stiffness and discomfort; your pain may be reduced or gone; you may notice less tissue tension or stiffness; you may be better able to concentrate on tasks at hand; you may have more natural energy to do what you love; and so forth.
After you enjoy chatting about your CranioSacral Therapy journey with your friends, family and colleagues, I will take it from there!
For your reference, I enjoy helping clients with a variety of chronic and acute conditions including:
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Concussion And Other Levels of Traumatic Brain Injury; Other Forms of Physical or Emotional Trauma; Birth Trauma
- Stress-Related Conditions (such as irritable bowel, chronic tension headache)
- Chronic Fatigue
- Chronic Neck And Back Pain
- Grinding, Clenching, TMJ/TMD Syndrome
- Muscle Tension
- Inability To Concentrate
- Digestion Problems
- Menopause Issues
- Unexplained symptoms
- Support In managing ALS And Other Progressive Conditions
- Recovery From Automobile Accident Or Other Personal Injury
- Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention
- Coping With Grief
- Opening To A Full Breath And Expression
- Preparation For And Recovery From Surgery
- Reclaiming The Authentic Self
- Accessing Inner Tranquility, Peace, Balance, Clarity, Positive Outlook, Focus, Motivation, Flow
- Releasing Frustration, Feeling Stuck