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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) supports the body's ability to heal and regulate itself. The therapist's role is to facilitate the body's process by creating a safe and supportive environment, and listening to the body's rhythms. Lisa is registered with the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America

There are two basic forces at work in the living body:

1. Biodynamic Potencies generated by the Breath of Life (inherent wisdom)

2. Conditional Forces introduced into the system via trauma and life experiences (inertial fulcrums).

The craniosacral system (CSS) consists of the brain, spinal cord and the three membranes that completely surround it - the cerebral spinal fluid, and the fascial connections to all systems of the body through fluid dynamics and

nervous system balance.

The practitioner uses gentle soft tissue release by listening to the craniosacral rhythms to release tension in the fascia and fluid system throughout the whole body. The craniosacral therapist assesses the body for restrictions and uses a very light touch to encourage expansion, mobility and healing.

Unique from other systems of the body, the CSS actually slows down and enters into still points.

This rest is a therapeutic time of revitalization for the CSS—similar to rebooting a computer.


After facilitating a craniosacral stillpoint, the individual’s CSS functions more optimally; the body is using its own innate ability to heal. This balances the nervous system and greatly benefits the health of the body.

Clients have seen remarkable improvement for many physical, mental, and emotional issues, including:

  •  Abuse

  •  Anxiety

  •  Depression

  •  Chronic fatigue

  •  Musculoskeletal (including neck, TMJ)

  •  Support during pregnancy (for mom and baby)

  •  Migraines and headaches

  •  Hormonal balance

  •  Digestive disturbances

  •  Personal loss

  •  Physical pain and injury

  •  Posttraumatic stress disorder

  •  Stress and stress-related symptoms

  •  Surgery recovery

  •  Trauma resolution

​A Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist is trained for years on how to use acute perception skills. The focus and awareness are placed on the “always available health” in the body to assist the system in bringing itself back into balance. 

The therapist’s ability to be intuitive and present is an essential aspect of therapy, as they must use the client’s responses as a guide to treatment.


A trusting client-practitioner therapeutic relationship holds utmost importance during treatment.

What to expect in a session?

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy video.

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