Craniosacral Fascial Therapy

Craniosacral Fascial Therapy

Dr Barry Gillespie discovered the Craniosacral Fascial System, which consists of a slight motion of the brain and spinal cord pumping cerebrospinal fluid into the fascial web that connects every structural cell of the body.

When physical and emotional traumas adversely tighten this freely moving system, tremendous pressure can be extorted on associated nerves, muscles, organs, blood vessels, lymph vessels, and resulting in health and wellbeing issues in multiple areas.
Tightening of this system due to trauma can result in health and wellbeing issues.

CFT Practitioners are taught to effectively relieve pressure in this system using gentle hands-on procedures that facilitate healing without drugs, vitamins, supplements, technology or surgery.

This therapy can be very effective in treating:
ADD, ADHD, asthma, autism, backaches, cerebral palsy, colic, dyslexia, earaches, epilepsy, headaches, reflux, scoliosis, sinus conditions, strabismus, throat conditions, TMJ syndrome and a wide variety of chronic ailments.

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Contacts

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Marsha Forbes +27 (82) 940-5446 +27 (11) 888-0398 info@alchemycentre.co.za

CFT for Infants and Toddlers

Dr Barry Gillespie went on to develop the Baby Brain Score, a screening tool for newborn babies that when used in conjunction with CFT can prevent a myriad of debilitating childhood diseases.

Practitioners use the Baby Brain Score as a tool to measure brain function in a new-born child. If we discover any neurological compromise, we employ the gentle, non-invasive techniques of CFT to provide relief and correct the structural effects of any fetal or birth trauma.

CFT is effective in treating and preventing many childhood diseases, including:
Chronic earaches, headaches, learning disorders, ADHD, rhinitis, colic, reflux, scoliosis and many other chronic ailments… resulting in a happier more content and healthy child.

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