Craniosacral Massage Therapy in Park Slope, Brooklyn
1 Hour of gentle hands-on treatment that may provide relief from headaches, neck pain, and side effects of cancer treatment among many others.
Craniosacral therapy uses gentle hands-on treatment, rooted in osteopathy, and evolved to help facilitate relief. This method uses light touch to examine membranes and the movement of fluids in and around the central nervous system. The massage therapist uses her treatments to settle stress in the body and support and regulate the nervous system.
Craniosacral massages may help:
- Chronic Pain
- Headaches or Brain Injury
- Postural imbalance – TMJ / ENT dysfunction
- PTSD / CPTSD
- Anxiety and Depression
Why Inspira Physical Therapy?
We specialize in working with adults with chronic pain or conditions and those dealing with accumulated daily stress, anxiety, depression, and physical or emotional trauma.
Isabel graduated from Stillpoint in 2019 as a certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and from Pacific College of Health and Science as a licensed massage therapist in 2022. Isabel has since completed prenatal continuing education and has worked at Psoas Massage and Body Work, an orthopedic sports massage clinic. Isabel continues to bring her curiosity and education of the physical, moving body into her work.
As a professional dancer for over a decade, and dancer her whole life, Isabel brings a unique skill set, knowledge of the physical moving body, and sensitivity to her body therapy. Her rigorous life makes her no stranger to injuries, injury prevention, and the demands of a high-performance career. Isabel sustained two concussions in her dance work which brought her as a client to biodynamic craniosacral therapy (BCST), and subsequently completed craniosacral and massage education. Isabel has interned at Womankind, an organization providing support for survivors of gender-based violence, where she utilized the trauma-informed verbal skills and practices learned in BCST. She also interned with the Joffrey Ballet School where she used an orthopedic approach for ballet dancers, teachers, and office-workers of all ages.