Raquel Rotnes MA, LMT, CST cert.
What is CranioSacral Therapy (CST) :
CST is a very gentle, light touch modality which releases restrictions from the central nervous system so that every other system in the body can relax, self -correct and free itself from discomfort and pain. CST relieves stress, releases emotions, address traumas, brings hope, peace and makes you feel good about being yourself. CST is safe for all ages and conditions as:
CST for Pregnancy:
From conception to birthing CST can improve mom's health, empower mother and baby and facilitates a positive birth experience.
CST helps balance the mother's emotional body by relieving stress and body memories of past emotional and physical traumas. It provides a special time for mother to deepens her connection to baby, as she can safely express fears and concerns about the transition to motherhood.
Some clinical discoveries when used CST during pregnancy and deliver are:
A postpartum treatment supports the realignment of the spine and pelvic, the reposition of internal organs and rehabilitate overworked muscles. CST helps mother process and integrate the birth experience to create the most optimal support for her baby health.
Some clinical treatable conditions:
It is recommended for newborns to receive CST evaluations and treatments as soon as possible after birth.. Children should continue to receive CST periodically throughout childhood to support their physical and emotional development.
During the birth process, baby's cranial bones may override each other when they mold to fit mother's pelvis; or they can be injured by a fast birth, prolonged labor, vacuum, forceps or cesarean birth. CST can help.
Some newborn treatable conditions:
Some Children treatable conditions:
90 minutes 1rst session: $125
Hour CST session: $90
Hour Integrative Massage: $75
Hour session for newborns and children under 12: $75
90 minutes CST postpartum for mom and newborn visit: at home (within Flagstaff surroundings) $135 / at office: $120
Sliding scale for families with newborns may be discussed with Raquel