I blend the very best of Trigger Point + Craniosacral Therapies to help you move past the pain.
After 25 years in the field, I’ve found two very different approaches to be the most effective ways to help you move past chronic and acute conditions – Trigger Point Therapy and Craniosacral Therapy.
Trigger Point Therapy is a muscle-focused therapy that involves ischemic compression on hyperirritable spots.
Trigger Point is very effective in relieving pain, numbness, and weakness anywhere in the body… head, neck, back, shoulders, knees, and toes.
When you’re in pain, nothing is more satisfying than someone taking the time to “work it out.”
Many massage therapists say they work on trigger points – but do they really give them the time and attention they deserve?
My style of therapy involves waiting until YOU feel the tissues soften. After all, we’re not just talking to the muscle – we’re having a conversation with your brain! And when your brain is convinced all is well? Your body responds – and the pain alarms are silenced.
Craniosacral Therapy is a “light touch” modality that helps your body release tension + improves functionality in your central nervous system.
Your craniosacral system is comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect your brain and spinal cord. Everything is connected.
Craniosacral (or “Cranio” as I like to call it) is a great way to address systemic issues affecting your whole body and problems related to restricted fascia – the connective tissues surrounding your muscles, bones, joints, nerves and organs.
For some, this therapy can create a state of extreme relaxation known as “twilight.” Others stay fully cognizant. Both marvel at how working on your sacrum can relieve a migraine.
*I am a proud member of the AMTA , which requires 48 hours of continuing education every four years. Because of my love for learning, I always go beyond these requirements.
Experiencing any of these symptoms? Move past the pain – schedule an appointment!
- Headaches + migraines
- Carpal tunnel symptoms
- Neck + back pain
- Disc issues
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Knee pain
- Elbow and wrist pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Facial pains
- Sinus pressure, pain + infections
- Nervous system distress
- TMJ symptoms
- …and more!