Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
Experience deep states of relaxation and stillness to provide the body space to engage in natural self-repair and healing. Feel how stillness can improve movement and performance.
BCST therapists have extensive knowledge in anatomy while following the intelligence of the body and its energy field. During each session, the therapist will quietly, gently hold parts of your body and listen to the subtle rhythms and flow while tracking changes in your system. This allows the body and nervous system to slow down and deeply relax. BCST has a profound impact on stress reduction by empowering self-awareness, initiating healing, promoting feelings of calm and relaxation, and improving the overall health of the body.
How does biodynamic craniosacral therapy benefit you?
Chronic pain and neurological symptoms
Craniosacral treatments help the client relax and initiate the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). The PNS helps balance both alertness and restoration in the body. Stillness can help the body focus energy on reducing pain.
Feeling confused and tired of it all?
Have you exhausted your search for answers? Tried the therapy treadmill with few results? Allow your body to deeply relax, find relief, and reset negative neural patterns that support anxious and nervous states.
Relieve pain of migraines/headaches and TMJ
Subtle shifts in the nervous system, cranium, and spine can influence the body and provide relief from the often chronic pain of headaches, sinuses, and jaw issues.
Mary Ganzon RCST, PMA
Registered Craniosacral Therapist,
Pilates Method Alliance Instructor,
There’s something about Mary that is very special. She has developed expertise in both stillness and movement to help align the body and allow it to move through healing.
Stillness and movement. You may wonder how these diametrically opposed states can benefit each other, yet together they are the very essence of how the body heals. Deeply relaxing moments of stillness create the space in our body to unravel, heal, and regenerate areas of pain, injury, and tension. Once this process begins we need to re-wire our nervous system to create new pathways in order to find pain-free movements. There is a whole new world of movement outside your gym that will revive and excite your senses.