Initially, Andrew Taylor Still's osteopathy concept was focusing only on problems of the musculoskeletal system and their manual correction. One of his students, William Gamer Sutherland, extended this knowledge up to the skull area. The skull (cranium) and the sacral bone (os sacrum) were key of his studies, that's why he named
his concept "craniosacral therapy".
The sutures are flexibly connected to each other with membranes. The movement accrues because of the flow of the CFS, the cerebrospinal fluid, which creates a rhythm. These very subtle pumping
movements are affecting the tissue respiration, and the respiratory centre in the brain. The craniosacral system is closely connected to the nervous system, the respiratory system and the immune
When does craniosacral therapy help:
Therapy of lesions after diseases, accidents, infections, traumas, abatement of headache, migraine, stress, sinusitis, back pain, pelvic obliquity and other restrictions of the musculoskeletal
Lesions are solved without pain by using subtle touches and techniques. The energy flow is stimulated. Deep relaxation comes into being.
I encourage every rider to get a cranio treatment done on a regular basis.
2014 - Kraniosakrale Energiearbeit am Menschen Teil 1 mit Nadja Bacchi
- Kraniosakrale Energiearbeit am Menschen Teil 2 mit Nadja Bacchi
- Kraniosakrale Energiearbeit am Menschen Teil 3 mit Nadja Bacchi