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The therapist assists in releasing restrictions in the infant nervous system
When born, the bones of the skull overlap at their sutures in order for babies head to travel down the birth canal. After birth, when all goes well, those sutures revert back to their positions to allow babies brain the optimal space needed to develop. But sometimes, this process is interrupted by c-sections or other necessary birth complications, resulting in pressure on the growing brain. CranioSacral Therapy can help by freeing those restrictions, improving fluid flow and allowing waste products to be removed and fresh nutrients to be restored to the growing brain.
Laura Moorehead followed her nose to happiness. Two decades ago she opened her mailbox to find information about aromatherapy that piqued her interest and tipped her into the rabbit hole of holistic healing. After a long history in bodywork, Laura decided to specialize in craniosacral therapy, believing it to get to the root of issues. This profoundly gentle form of bodywork addresses the health of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid to foster immunity and protect the central nervous system.