Inflammation is an everyday occurrence in our bodies. It generally gets a bad reputation; however, it is necessary to protect our bodies and to allow them to heal. Inflammation occurs with injuries but also in normal daily activities. In both situations, cellular and tissue breakdown can occur … [Read more...] about Ask the CranioSacral Therapist…How do I lessen inflammation in my body?
Q: Holiday meals can be heavy. What can I do to help? A: Holidays meals can absolutely be heavy in calories and fats. This in moderation can be managed by most of us. However, in excess, this can lead to indigestion and, in some cases, pain. … [Read more...] about Ask the CranioSacral Therapist….Holiday Eating
Happy New Year! Often coming with the New Year is a resolution. We commonly try to clean up our diet and add a fitness regime. This year, why not try a “clean up” regime for your brain? Your Central Nervous System (brain and spinal cord) controls everything that you do, feel, experience, and … [Read more...] about Clean Up Your Brain
Diaphragmatic Breathing When was the last time you thought to breathe? Breathing is an automatic body action that has some conscious control. Everyone knows how to breathe, right? Unfortunately not. Go ahead, try it. Sit up straight with your feet on the ground. Place one hand on your abdomen and … [Read more...] about Just Breathe!
Our nervous system is an amazing specimen. It controls everything that we are…every thought, action, sensation, and reaction. Everything! The autonomic nervous system is one of the important divisions of our nervous system, which is constantly working to control our involuntary internal environment. … [Read more...] about CranioSacral Therapy and the Stress Response
When I was young, I loved the end of Daylight Saving Time. It’s a time to “Fall Back” and gain an extra hour of sleep! It’s too good to be true to gain time. Well, most things that are too good to be true are just that…too good to be true. Well, Daylight Saving Time started again this weekend. … [Read more...] about We lost one hour days ago. Why am I still so tired?