Craniosacral Therapy


 

When Alicia entered Massage Therapy College more than a decade ago, she just thought she was going to rub someone’s sore back an make them feel better. That is about ten percent of what she does as a therapist. Sure, she rubs a lot of backs, but there is an entirely separate piece of bodywork that took no time presenting itself all those years ago.  When Alicia first started working on people, she noticed that she could feel more than just muscles. She could feel a tingly sensation whenever she laid her hands on someone. This was the beginning of a deep and fulfilling rabbit hole.  That tingly sensation was energy.  When a therapist can tune into someone’s energy, amazing things can happen.  It is these remarkable outcomes that continue to make Alicia thirsty for more.  Alicia has explored this type of healing since her time in massage therapy college. She continues to strengthen her knowledge to this day.


What is energy?

Have you ever walked into a room full of people and felt cold, hot, uncomfortable, scared, nervous, sick or happy before acknowledging anyone? If you have experienced this, you are probably sensitive to the energies in your environment.  You were tuned into the energy of the people and space you were in.  That is energy.

Wondering what energy work is? First things first…You are energy…huh?

Energy work or energy healing is all about accepting that you are an energetic being. A being that is much more complicated than just a physical body. The concept of each of us existing simply as energy is not a new idea. New understandings in science have changed our perceptions of what we are made of. Atoms which were once considered as the smallest particles that ever existed are in turn made up of subatomic energies, which have no solidity at all. Science tells us they are quite literally, packets or waves of information that vibrate.  Everything on Earth and beyond is made up of energy. This includes you.

Everything is energy and that is all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.
— Albert Einstein