How often should I come for Craniosacral Therapy sessions?

I recommend that for most issues, you schedule weekly at first, and as your health returns, to taper off to every other week and then monthly until you feel well.

Although changes you can feel do occur during sessions, most of the activity of optimizing your health occurs between sessions. Subtle changes in your physiology that begin during sessions continue to work after you leave my office.

Thus, Biodynamics sessions may seem subtle, sometimes almost as if nothing happened, but by the next session, you notice improvement.

I myself have suddenly noticed weeks after receiving a Biodynamics session that an issue I had sought help with no longer existed. It had simply disappeared.

Occasionally after a session, a client may feel worse, because a strain pattern that was quietly causing problems suddenly woke up, and it’s feeling grumpy, causing discomfort.

If that happens, call me. Sometimes it’s best to wait it out until your next session and self-soothe, knowing your system is reorganizing itself. If you experience too much discomfort, come in sooner.

Some people have found Biodynamics sessions so enjoyable, they schedule a regular monthly session to maintain their well-being.

Results of Zero Balancing research study show relief of stress, tension, and anxiety

Screen Shot 2018-03-29 at 1.52.48 PMNotably, there was a 61 percent reduction in stress after a Zero Balancing session on average, compared to 12 percent for people who simply rested during an equivalent period of time.

Screen Shot 2018-03-29 at 1.53.59 PMPerceptions of wellness, positivity, clarity, and harmony were higher after a ZB session as well.

Screen Shot 2018-03-29 at 1.55.21 PMI was lucky enough to participate in this study as a recipient!

Here’s a summary of the study’s findings, and here’s a more in-depth look at the study and findings.

Silent auctions coming right up!

One of the ways I like to support the health-oriented community in Austin is by donating my services at silent auctions.

  • I get to market my practice to health-conscious folks, who may be learning about me for the first time. Austin has many newcomers.
  • The winning bid is sometimes below market price so the winner saves money and gets to try something new.
  • What I offer may be just the thing they’ve been hoping for, which is very satisfying for me and for them.
  • Their word-of-mouth satisfaction (I hope) spreads into their network.
  • I get a tax write-off for my donation.
  • When I attend the event, I meet like-minded people.
  • These events are fun!
  • Sometimes I even receive a t-shirt and/or guest tickets in exchange for donating.

I have donated three hours of bodywork (any modality or combination) to the Green Corn Project‘s annual fundraiser coming up on Sunday, October 29. This nonprofit is devoted to more organic gardens in Central Texas. This is my first year to donate, yet I’ve been wanting to attend for years, and finally, it’s happening!

I’m donating three hours of bodywork (again, any modality or combination) to the Save Our Springs Alliance (SOS) annual holiday party’s silent auction on Friday, December 8. I’ve donated for several years. This nonprofit supports a healthy environment in the Austin and Central Texas area.

I just donated a 90-minute session Oct. 22 at the Austin Fermentation Festival. The winner has been announced! Can’t wait to meet them!