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Welcome to *NEW YOU* Massage Therapy!
Congratulations on taking your first step towards a new you through massage.relax-restore Massage, and its different modalities, has evolved over thousands of years. It’s many benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Promoting relaxation
  • Reducing anxiety and stress symptoms
  • Decreasing pain
  • Reducing high blood pressure
  • Improving circulation of the blood and lymph

 

 Specializing in CranioSacral Therapy for humans and horses!!

massage-icelandic-ponyAs featured in the Wellington Town Crier

“I started out a skeptic and ended up a believer. When Amy Cedarburg works with a horse, it doesn’t look like anything’s going on. But looks can be deceptive.”

“Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, manual therapy done with a light touch, and it affects the whole body. Basically, the horse dictates what it needs and what I should do. I have to be patient and wait for the tissues to release the blockages,” Amy said. “I do a lot of work with horses’ faces. There are often impingements there, a lot of nerves and delicate bones. It’s a peaceful modality. Even though I’m mostly still and quiet during a session, it has profound effects.”

Read more at the Wellington Town Crier

 

What is CranioSacral Therapy or CST?
CranioSacral therapy is a safe, gentle and effective manual therapy that works by assisting the bodies natural healing process to remove or lessen the negative effects of stress of the central nervous system (CNS).

How does it Work?
It works by treating the craniosacral system, which is comprised of the brain, spinal cord, protective membranes, spinal fluid, and the bones to which the membranes attach, all the way from the head (cranium) down the tailbone (sacrum). It addresses restrictions of motion to the cranial vault, the spine, the sacropelvic region and all of the fascial connections, including the extremities.

What Conditions does CST Address?
It helps to relieve a full spectrum of pain, illness and dysfunction, including:
Migraines and Headaches
Chronic neck and back pain
TMJ Syndrome
Central Nervous System Disorders
PTSD
Fibromyalgia
ADD/ADHD
Stroke
Orthopedic Problems
And many other conditions

Affiliations
Medallion Member, International Association of Healthcare Practitioners (IAHP),

Volunteer CST therapist at Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center.

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