Expanding my services: Zoom baby cranio treatments*

Next month it is three years since I graduated as a craniosacral therapist. My practice has evolved in that time and in recent months, even more so. I am now literally expanding my services, offering craniosacral therapy for babies who do not live in Perth.

Hear me out….

Craniosacral therapy is essentially a touch therapy. When I first started training, I couldn’t believe that gentle touch had the capacity to facilitate healing – now I know that it can. What I did not see coming, was that touch is not an essential component. Personally, touch was a gateway into listening to the subtle phenomena of bodies – our hands are very sensitive and can be trained to pick up all sorts of information about the human body. But it goes further than that…. in my case my hands are like an antenna and the body is the instrument that is listening!

In my cranio training, I discovered that I am an empath, meaning I mirror other people’s emotional and physical restrictions in my own body. My craniosacral skills (orientation to the craniosacral rhythm or tides/stillness) give me the tools to shift these restrictions for others with or without touch. More and more I found I didn’t need to touch areas of the body to affect change. Simply holding the feet and using my consciousness to bring awareness to stuck places in the body was enough. Many times, the energy from my client’s body would push me away from the body, and change would only happen if I stopped touching the body – touch was interfering with the healing process!

The COVID pandemic has led to many craniosacral therapists migrating to a more touch-free way of working (which has created controversy within the field). Internationally, many craniosacral therapists were not allowed to practice, with touch in general being actively discouraged. Social distancing guidelines saw us stepping away from our fellow humans.

Sometimes crisis leads to new opportunities…

Humans are built to connect. We are used to interacting with the world via five traditional senses – taste, smell, touch, hearing, and sight. But there are more senses than that (up to 33!). Some of us are more sensitive than others, but I believe, with training, all of us have the capacity to fine-tune our different senses. I have fine-tuned my senses to to pick up “information” that is being shared among us via our energy fields. I now feel it is my calling to use my skills to help babies and their families.

My journey to touch-free work started with toddlers. Toddlers don’t like to be touched too much so I began to read a toddler’s system, sitting next to them or being in the same room. I figured that its possible because our nervous systems extend past our skin. But then I also noticed that I was picking up information from a baby’s system on the way to a home visit – I would get a tight jaw or would feel a panic in my system that I knew was not mine – when I got to treat the baby – sure enough it was theirs! Once during a zoom lactation consult, I felt quite sure I could feel the baby’s activated nervous system but soon dismissed it. It wasn’t until a potential cranio client contacted me for treatment that I had the opportunity to see if I could tune in and treat via a zoom call. This particular bub was booked in for surgery and her mum didn’t want to risk COVID exposure but was torn because she wanted to try cranio to see if it could offer relief to her baby who had been suffering since birth – see the testimonial below. I gave her two free zoom treatments and each time bub had a long 5.5hr sleep after the session! Something worked! This is more in the realm of quantum physics!? Come on science…catch up!

And so… for the last two months I have offered free treatments over zoom to babies to explore this concept. And YES! I can definitely tune in via distance – intention and directed consciousness are key – and more importantly, YES! I can use my craniosacral skills to help them to resolve the physical and emotional restrictions from their perinatal history. The results are as effective as in person treatments. It feels no different to me as if I am in the same room as these babies. It still blows my mind!

Here are the testimonials I received:

Our experience so far with Jenny has been amazing and I am so excited for future sessions. I reached out to Jenny to help my 8-week-old daughter. My baby has a medical issue that requires surgery (tomorrow) so for the past two weeks we have been isolating as I couldn’t risk any covid exposure before surgery. After a lengthy phone call, in which Jenny showed such patience and compassion, Jenny offered to try a zoom session. It was a first for both of us and I kept an open mind as I wasn’t sure what to expect but after our first session my baby had the most restful sleep she’d ever had! Over the following days we saw big improvements in her sleep and overall calmness. She was actually able to be awake without crying and even gave us her first smile. Her muscle tension in her neck has been better which is helping her head preference, tummy time and improve her latch. In our second session I noticed my baby physically responding to treatment, Jenny would mention a release in the right leg for example and my baby would stretch her right leg, Jenny said she felt some nausea right before my baby vomited. We have been so impressed and noticed such a difference in our baby that my husband and I will be booking in for treatment in the near future. Thank you Jenny for everything you have done and continue to do for my family. We appreciate you so much and look forward to further treatment


I recently had a session with Jenny via zoom for my one-month-old who was waking up and screaming throughout the night constantly and who was just overall unsettled most of the time. Since the session with Jenny, my little one has been so calm and goes straight back to sleep after feeding during the night and is overall more calm and relaxed. I can’t recommend Jenny enough for the relief my babies newfound calmness has bought me

Jacqueline Brayne

I had an online zoom session with Jenny for my 4-week-old. He was experiencing a lot of discomfort in his tummy and this was making him unsettled a lot of the time. During the session my baby had a lot of emotional release. it was amazing to see things shift as Jenny went through different areas of his body where he was holding onto emotions, having then come up and then he would completely calm. Since having two sessions he is a lot more settled. he has many moments of calm happy baby now. he also doesn’t cry to the same level of intensity as he previously did. I am so grateful and fascinated by the work Jenny does.

Kylie Whitfield

I had a session via zoom with my sweet baby boy who struggles to sleep well 1-2 nights a week. It’s been interesting to see his changes over the past couple of days, the best way I could describe it is even more comfy in his skin. He is more happy to be put down and goes to sleep really easily, including his day naps. Still waking up frequently at night but more settled to go back to sleep. Which makes for a happier Mama & baby

Gemma Taylor
This gorgeous guy interacted with me as if I was in the same room (shame I couldnt capture his smile!). He resolved a difficult NICU experience over three zoom treatments.

Zoom baby treatments can be a little more challenging. On a practical level when babies are releasing emotions – it can be harder to communicate with the parents over the memory crying. Also, if baby body language comes up and baby needs to do a rebirthing process – I can guide parents through the process, but it is harder to describe in words than to show in person. But it can be done – and with good effect.

To be honest, I am quite nervous about “coming out” and offering zoom baby treatments. I wonder if the world is ready for it? Folks are sceptical, and quick to ridicule or dismiss that which they don’t understand. It does take a leap of faith and a fair amount of trust. I am optimistic that change is happening though, that the general public is more open to alternative healing modalities, especially where western medicine has not been able to help.

I credit healers like Charlie Goldsmith for leading the way. Charlie heals over Facebook and allows others to watch. Because he doesn’t charge for his services, he changes the script – that distance healing is not the realm of charlatans out to make a buck from gullible people. It is not my intention to make lots of money either. Yes, I am excited about my skills being accessible to more babies – but not for the money – purely because I care about babies and want them to start life feeling more peaceful. For their trauma to be acknowledged and resolved, instead of being carried around in their tissues/ nervous system for decades, shaping how they react to challenges. This is big to me!! – my (humble) contribution to peace on earth.

Personally, I need there to be an exchange, as I have bills to pay and the work itself can be draining and involves much rest and regulation in-between clients. For this reason, I limit the number of clients I see (2-3 clients a day – 4 days a week) and as much as possible I reserve my energy for working with babies with birth or perinatal trauma, those that are unsettled or having feeding issues. There is a real need for this currently as birthing practices are highly medicalised and babies are suffering, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

If this sparks an interest and you are open to exploring how zoom cranio can help your baby – get in touch, or share with anyone that may benefit from my services.