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I had suffered from pain in the tailbone area for about 45 years and couldn't sit straight on any kind of chair. After ONE CST session, it completely went away. This is my personal experience with CST. Thank you for including this article in your magazine, I hope more people can benefit from it.

PennPT

There is no evidence that CST does anything for the recipient, if your cerbrospinal fluid does not flow normally that is a medical condition that CST DOES NOT treat. You would need neurosurgery. Anatomically speaking facscia cannot restrict the movement of cerbrospinal fluid You would benefit much more from a regular massage if you have sore muscles or back pain.

Joshua Horwitz

My fiance pointed this article out to me. So fantastic. I am a craniosacral therapist and I've never seen an article about our work in a yoga journal. I'll link my blog to it someone if I can figure that out.

Joshua Horwitz
www.craniosacral-east.com

Heidi

This is awesome! CST in an magazine article.
CST is a wonderful release, unwinding gentle therapy. It is good for everything, really there are no real contraindications; except for increased intercranial pressure. It works for TMJ, stress, lower back pain etc...... Maybe more people will explore CST now. Thank you for the article.

Stevi

Ignore my last comment, it was mistakenly sent to you

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