G R O W   W I T H   M E

​Welcome to my new program, available by invitation only. If you are interested, please let me know. The premise is to create an educational environment to facilitate my progress in Craniosacral (CS) and Visceral Manipulation Therapy (VM). Over the next few years I will continue study with the Upledger (CS) and Barral (VM) Institutes towards certification in these two modalities.

At the moment, I am offering them complimentary for two reasons:


What you get out of it
Consider this value added perk as a thank you for your loyalty, as well as a learning curve to experience something new, learn more about yourself and ultimately benefit from the treatments.  At minimum, the sessions will promote deep relaxation and a form of meditation.


What I get out of it
Offering the sessions complimentary sets no expectations, providing a comfort level and free mind to explore the work at a convenient pace, which ultimately benefits you. It also encourages an experimental enviornment to get the best from the treatments. For example, one of my biggest questions, and a foundation for the program, is whether CS and VM produce better results on their own, or integrated with massage? If the latter, how and what makes the collaboration work best?

​Pre-Requisite
CS and VM are not considered massage, but rather light touch mediums used by a range of 
health care professionals, including Massage Therapists, Osteopaths, Doctors, Nurses, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Physical Therapists etc., either as a stand alone or infused with their skill set. I encourage you to read the related content I have put together through my own research, via the CS and VM navigational bar above in preparation of your complimentary session. Of course you are welcome to do your own independent research to learn more about CS and VM and their benefits. 

Next Steps
The treatment menu above lists the sessions on offer. We can discuss which makes most
sense for you. If there is a massage component, you will only be charged for the massage portion.​