What We Believe

We believe that each person’s body is intelligent and that we, therapists, can work with you, the client, together harmoniously and cooperatively. We believe each client has their own source of healing, body wisdom, and guidance and that the body wants to heal. Therapists are the facilitators of your own healing process and by being truly present we listen to, communicate with, and facilitate your own processes toward greater wellbeing.

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What is Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy is a hands-on manual therapy that allows the body to naturally heal. It releases tension in the central nervous system so the entire body can relax, self-correct, and improve whole-body health and performance. As therapists, we work with the pulse rate of the Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF), or the fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord to find and release restrictions in the body.  By releasing restrictions in the brain and spinal cord, the body and all of its systems are allowed to perform at their best; this naturally eliminates pain and stress, bolsters resistance to disease, and enhances health and well-being.

We address the body’s CranioSacral system as a functional core of your organism and extend our openness to the whole person through the process of SomatoEmotional Release and working with the body’s Inner Wisdom. We address issues at the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level, addressing the body as a whole unit.

The therapists from Intermountain Intensives have learned and studied from the Upleger Institute. Together we have a wide skill set, a range of classes, and years of practice. The Upledger Institue was founded by Dr. Upledger in 1985. Dr. Upledger founded craniosacral therapy after his discovery of a pulse rate in the dural tube of the spine. After years of practice and research, he started the institute in Flordia as a way to provide a practice clinic for his clients. Dr. Upledger passed away in 2012 but his clinic and classes continue to thrive. Dedicated to the natural enhancement of health, the Institute is recognized worldwide for its groundbreaking continuing-education programs, clinical research, and therapeutic services.

What is “Multiple Hands” Work

We work as a team in groups of typically 3 therapists to 1 client. We call this “multiple hands” because there are 6 hands working with the body at the same time. This style of treatment allows for deeper and often a quicker healing process. Read here for more information or contact us today.

 

 

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