Elizabeth Bosse, Licensed Massage Therapist

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ― Rumi

Craniosacral for Children

" The most important part of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six." - Maria Montessori.

During the early years, children absorb all imput like thirsty sponges.

Restrictions created through illness, injury, or emotional trauma may slow children's ability to absorb and process new imput.

By supporting children's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual they health, we help them reach their full potential.

A craniosacral session is a good idea after the birthing experience, an accident,  surgery, or emotional trauma to be certain the body free from restrictions.  Addressing an issue immediately prevents a small pattern of dysfunction from becoming amplified over the years affecting more and more areas of the body.

Children respond to therapy very quickly as they don't have years of habitual muscle tension or emotional stress that adults do.  

School age children can start to experience stress due to the pressures of the school environment.  Children often show that stress by being overly active or having a lack of focus or being overly emotional.  Craniosacral Therapy may help restore balance and calmness.  

Children receiving these holistic therapies grow in understanding themselves mentally, physcially, and emotionally. They then can carry this knowledge of self care into their adult lives.

Both my children have benefited greatly from craniosacral therapy.  Witnessing the transformation in them inspired me to change careers from education to massage therapy.  I am grateful to be able to support families through this work.

More about craniosacral therapy

The Healing Power of Craniosacral Therapy! 

The Birth Process and Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy After Birth

Special Considerations for the C-Section Baby

Craniosacral Therapy for Sensory Integration

Healing Touch: Using Massage to Break the Cycle of Abuse

Pediatric Massage May Alleviate Childhood Depression 

Pediatric Massage: A Nurturing Intervention for Autism

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