The difference between surviving and thriving

A craniosacral therapist is trained to detect subtle motions within the body.

These rhythms are expressions of being alive …. stillness, expansion and contraction.

“Your entire body and its components expand and contract continually, with intermittent pauses in stillness” – Mia Kalef.

Life experiences introduce different motions into the system. For example, the body may contract in a different way – in order to self protect. This is a survival mechanism. If the body feels safe, it can expand and grow. This is the difference between surviving and thriving!

A craniosacral session provides a deep listening that feels safe. The body is better able to release contraction patterns that may have been set up as a protective response. A healthier motion arises from stillness, one that is more aligned with your essential nature.

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