Despite not being as common as other types of massage, Craniosacral Therapy can be used to treat a variety of symptoms.
During your treatment you stay fully clothed, with soft music and low lighting used to help you unwind.
You can expect a gentle hands-on technique that is all about light touch to examine membranes and movements of the fluids in and around the central nervous system.
The Craniosacral Therapy Association says it’s suitable for everyone — from newborn babies to the elderly.
CST is thought to relieve compression in the head, back and neck, easing pain and releasing both emotional and physical stress and tension held in the body.
When reviewed as a therapy for individuals with moderate to severe migraines, CST was shown to be effective for reducing symptoms.
Watch the video below from the Craniosacral Therapy Association as they demonstrate the light touch that is the bedrock of this technique: