CranioSacral Therapy

Scurlock-Durana, Suzanne
June 2013
Massage Magazine;Jun2013, Issue 205, p84
The author presents a personal narrative of her experience as a practitioner of craniosacral Therapy (CST) and reasons why CST should be integrated into a massage session, which include finding the root of the problem, enhancing palpation skills and helping clients participate in their own care.


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