Craniosacral Therapy
Craniosacral Therapy focuses on the cranial bones, spinal column, and sacrum of the animal. It was first put into practice by a USA osteopathic physician. It was more indepthy researched in the 1970s giving the therapy more credibility.

The craniosacral rhythm is responsible for subtle movement of the cranial bones and spinal cord.

Repetitive injury or trauma can cause restriction in the movement of the spinal fulid. Craniosacral Therapy helps release and restore proper flow through the system.