Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy

You can now find an EMR-recognized craniosacral therapy offer with Mara Natterer at Bewegungswelt beim Gallusplatz in St. Gallen, which can be billed through the supplementary insurance for complementary medicine. Mara holds a federally regulated degree and is recognized by insurance companies. It’s worth checking with your insurance provider! Whether it’s back problems, hormonal imbalances, migraines, sleep problems, or tinnitus, craniosacral therapy is now used for a variety of complaints. At its core is the strengthening of the immune system and the ability of the body, mind, and soul to regenerate and maintain health through self-healing powers.

Alternative medicine

Craniosacral therapy is a form of complementary medicine with roots in osteopathy and is based on the theory that brain fluid circulates rhythmically. This rhythm is transferred to the body, and changes in this system provide clues for therapeutic work, allowing tension patterns to be released in interaction with the organism from within. During sessions, the central nervous system is meant to relax, which can have positive effects on migraines, herniated discs, and other conditions.

Therapy process

As a gentle body therapy for people of all ages, whether infants, children, pregnant women, or seniors, craniosacral sessions support with mindfulness, non-judgment, and the utmost care and respect.
Craniosacral implies the connection between the skull (cranium) and the sacrum, with attention paid to the brain fluid in the membranes. This rhythmic circulation is transferred to the body and implicitly influences development and function. Tension patterns can be released through therapeutic work.

Costs and registration

In the first session, which lasts 90 minutes, concerns are discussed. Comfortable clothing is worn, and subsequent one-hour sessions take place approximately every two to three weeks according to the healing process.