Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle touch treatment with a self-healing approach. In this treatment, you are fully dressed and the therapist gently touches different parts of your body, mainly your head and your tailbone area. Your body will then release, unwind and heal what is necessary or possible at that moment. This therapy dwells deep in to the source of the discomfort, not just relieving symptoms.
Shaz became familiar with CST with the birth of her son, who has Down Syndrome. No one in her circle knew about it in Iran, so when she came to Canada when he was 2, she started him with treatments. It helped him a lot. She quickly realized that this is the thing he needs, so she studied it at Langara College and in 2014 became a Craniosacral Therapist herself, to help him with the different challenges that he will have in different stages of his life. She believes this is one of the many blessings he has brought to her life, because not only is she treating him, but now helping other people as well.
Since Shaz is also a lactation consultant, her niche practice in CST is with babies and new mothers, but men and people at any age can benefit from her expertise.
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Maybe the most common result in our clients is relief of pain! It also helps with sleep issues, brain and spine injury, post vehicle accidents (whip lash), learning disabilities, infertility, post surgical issues, autism, colic in babies, breastfeeding issues, digestive problems, stress, tinnitus (ringing in ears), vertigo, TMJ disorder and many more.
Craniosacral Therapy takes a whole-person approach to healing and the inter-connections of mind, body and spirit are deeply acknowledged. It is an effective form of treatment for a wide range of illnesses helping to create the optimal conditions for health, encouraging vitality and facilitating a sense of well-being. It is suitable for people of all ages including babies, children and the elderly, and can be effective in acute or chronic cases.
It is non-manipulative and mostly works on the yin end of the spectrum.
“Worms will not eat living wood where the vital sap is flowing; rust will not hinder the opening of a gate when the hinges are used each day.
Movement gives health and life.
Stagnation brings disease and death.”
– proverb in traditional Chinese Medicine
“We’re Mammals“ focuses on the newborn’s innate ability to breastfeed.
Demonstrating baby’s feeding tools and the fact that they can breastfeed at least as good as a kitten can!
Vancouver, BC, Canada
+1 (604) 340 6684