Craniosacral Work is a soothing, noninvasive, hands-on therapy.
An evolution out of Cranial Osteopathy, Craniosacral Work is a specialization of the osteopathic profession introduced in the 1930s by the American osteopath and visionary, William Garner Sutherland.
Craniosacral Work focuses on optimizing the bones that make up the head, vertebra, sacrum, coccyx and ribs. And also on helping to normalize the brain, the central nervous system, the cerebrospinal fluid and the system of membranes inside the cranium and spinal column.
Craniosacral Work often focuses upon optimizing the position, fluid movement (‘wave’) and energy (piezolelectric charge and chi) of the craniosacral system. Or on bringing the system back to balance in the central line of the body, called ‘midline.’ There are differing wave states, tides, and the arrival of stillness. The desire is to create more options and resources for the client.