Biodynamic Craniosacral Balancing Therapy
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, profound, non-invasive, hands-on treatment for the whole body. Performed on a massage table, the client is fully clothed and the touch is generally light. The treatment is focused on supporting the health of the whole being, especially the nervous system. This is the system that dictates all of the body’s functioning, constantly sending and receiving information.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapists are trained on how to use acute perception skills to perceive subtle physiological changes. We use our ability to identify the parts of the nervous system that are not functioning optimally and our awareness of the “always available health” in the body to assist the system in bringing itself back into balance. This supports greater ease and helps the body decrease symptoms. Craniosacral Therapy can dramatically increase wellness, addressing physical pain, acute and chronic disease, PTSD and other emotional stress. Many clients chose multiple sessions over 3 or 6 months to correct and then maintain health.
Rosemary received her training in Craniosacral Balancing Therapy by Natalie Kasdan, LMT, CST and Anne Samojedny, PT, CST of Integrative Healing and Bodywork, Inc.
Rose Healing clients report noticing a deep sense of relaxation as one of their first sensations during a session. As restrictions are released, sometimes memories of trauma and injury can arise. These memories are often stored in the connective tissue of the body. Working together, the practitioner and client allow expression of these memories and feelings, often reducing or eliminating dysfunction in the area involved. This process is called somatic-emotional release. Somatic Emotional Release (SER) is helpful with a great may issues including: anxiety, stress, depression, PTSD, mood swings, nervousness, unexpressed or unhealed grief.
Where there is a group of therapists working together, the process can be greatly enhanced. Rosemary often co-treats clients with many renowned psychotherapists including those at the Lighthouse Retreat and Wellness Center and the Westchester Healing Group.