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Understanding the Depth of CranioSacral Therapy & Information regarding Sessions in Boquete


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"The body is fluid  and there are numerous rhythmic patterns flowing throughout the body. These include the circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, and the craniosacral fluid of the central nervous system. Where there is motion and fluidity there is health, and where movement is restricted, pathology and illness develop. In CranioSacral Therapy hands are  gently placed on specific locations of the lower extremities, pelvis, shoulders, spine and skull, serving to relax the nervous system and creating the opportunity for the restoration and reorganization of the fluid within the body.
CST does not attempt to fix anyone by manipulation or force. Its objective is to relax the body and mind to naturally come into balance and a deeper sense of wholeness. What I found with my clients is that their depth of relaxation  progresses when they receive the therapy on a regular basis. 
CranioSacral Therapy is not for everyone. A Massage Therapist for 30 years, I encountered many who coaxed me to apply more and more pressure, which I actually dreaded. But for those who respond to the sensitivity of this modality, it can be very powerful, not only for the receiver, but for the giver as well. Everyone is unique, and experiences the therapy in his or her way. Being open and expanding beyond expectations or having an agenda, allows the body and mind to reveal themselves in a way unique to each person's life experiences. Together as recipient and practitioner, we open into the power of being deeply relaxed and present. In this state, the receiver has the opportunity to release past traumas held in the cells and restrictive patterns of fluidity, serving to restore energetic flow and ease.
CranioSacral Therapy is not at all your usual massage or medical experience. The recipient is comfortably dressed, oils are not used and a gentle, nickel's worth of pressure is applied. CST is for those who aspire to take greater responsibility for their well-being, and to receive a boost to do so from  a deep level within. 
Sessions are either 60 -75 minutes or an hour and a half. The first session can often be 90 minutes, as sharing one's experiences and injuries or surgeries precede the hands-on experience. Also, contributing to a longer session. Somatic movement patterns may be shown to soothe pain, restore good posture and gain awareness as to how the total body interacts.
About the therapist- Suzanna Clare was a licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Florida for 30 years before moving to Central America and Boquete. She did several training sessions with the Upledger Institute Certifying her to do the CranioSacral Therapy 10 Step Protocol;.Her last training was in San Jose, Costa Rica  Suzanna is also a Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist, Pilates Instructor, and a former Personal Trainer, with a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.  Prior to the quarantine, Suzanna taught group and private Pilates Classes at the Haven for 8 years. Ms. Clare is a resident of Panama and has a Panama Work Permit.
*To schedule an appointment and/or ask questions, do email Suzanna Clare at suzeclare@gmail.com
And please know...Email is my sole method of communication. 
Looking forward to meeting and working with You soon!
And...As the Nike's ad says, "Isn't it time to Just Do IT?"
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