What is Craniosacral Fascial Therapy (CFT)?

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Jul 17

What is Craniosacral Fascial Therapy?

Craniosacral Fascial Therapy (CFT) helps release the strain and tightness from trauma that’s stored in the body’s fascia.

The fascia is a full-body connective tissue web that surrounds and stabilizes every structure inside your body.  And it can apply tremendous pressure to the nerves, blood and lymphatic vessels, muscles, organs, and bones.

Injuries can restrict the fascia and lock it into patterns of dysfunction.  These restrictions may occur before or during birth and they accumulate throughout life, affecting the normal movement of the brain and body parts.

CFT helps release these restrictions which allows the brain and body parts move more freely.  This results in tremendous health benefits.

Newborns, children and adults can benefit from CFT.  It starts the process of self-healing from many conditions including: headaches, migraines, neck pain, earache, sinus conditions, back and hip pain, decreased cognitive abilities, depression, anxiety and more.

Developed by Dr. Barry Gillespie, CFT focuses each technique on both the craniosacral and fascial systems simultaneously.  It’s a gentle merging of the foundations of Craniosacral Therapy and Fascial Release work.  For more information on CFT visit the CFT website or FaceBook page.

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