“Surviving is important, thriving is elegant” Maya Angelou
When was the last time you felt like you were really thriving? You had a general sense of wellbeing and optimism and able to cope well with the demands of life?
Hopefully your answer is every day. If not, you’re not alone but my unwavering belief is that
we can all achieve greater balance within our bodies which has a profound impact at an individual level and on all those around us.
Firstly, I really wanted to thank you for your interest in my new venture as a Craniosacral Therapist. Now that I have been treating people for a while a common starting point for people is “I’ve been in pain for a number of weeks / months / years and nothing has worked. I’ve been referred to you so I’ll try something new.” Alternatively, people come because they have a sense that they could just ‘feel better’ and want some support to achieve this.
When I discuss a client’s history they are often in pain on a daily basis and that has become their ‘new normal.’ This has a significant impact on their life and general feelings of wellbeing as daily tasks become more challenging from exercising to shifting position on the couch. Anyone that knows me well knows that I love a challenge but the beauty of craniosacral therapy is that healing can occur in a very short space of time with tangible results for people so the results tend to speak for themselves. People are often surprised how quickly they start to feel better.
So what is craniosacral therapy? And how can it help you thrive?
The treatment works through identifying points of tension in the body and releasing these through light touch. While this may be hard to comprehend, it’s worth noting how quickly and easily we can also become unbalanced, often in a single moment or event.
For all of us, life has ups and downs which are both physical and emotional. In our crazy, hectic schedules we often fail to notice the impact of stress, illness and injury on our bodies as we ‘soldier on’ to ensure that our work, family and life commitments are met. As an example, a whiplash injury is overlooked as minor but can create a series of small compensations in the body. Over time, people may start to get headaches or lower back pain and can’t immediately pinpoint when they started. In addition, a stressful or emotional event can leave us feeling depleted long after the event has passed.
We often think of movement as an external expression, such as walking or running and don’t think so much about the movement that happens internally all the time, our digestion, our blood pumping, tissues expanding and contracting. When movement is reduced this can lead to pain or discomfort or a general feeling of being unbalanced or ‘out of whack.’ Craniosacral Therapy works to help restore this movement. When movement is restored we often feel so much better. Whether you are in pain or just want to feel balanced and thrive you could benefit from a treatment.
“Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel” Kevin Tredeau
I am now offering treatments at Intuitive Health in Ponsonby, Auckland. For more information please visit www.intuitivehealth.co.nz or If you are interested in booking an appointment please email me at email@example.com or call me on 021 62 60 62.