Interested in craniosacral therapy for your child?

Interested in craniosacral therapy for your child?

Are you interested in affordable Craniosacral Therapy? The elbowroom set up the CST Foundation to support families of children who need ongoing Craniosacral treatment who can no longer afford it. Parents and siblings are also encouraged to attend.

On Saturday March 28nd from 10am-4pm.  We have 1 hour appointments available for families on a donation basis (min €20)

Many common childhood conditions can be helped through the use of Craniosacral Therapy. Some of these conditions include: emotional and behavioral issues, sensory processing dysfunction, learning disabilities, attention deficit, developmental delay and autistic spectrum disorders, neurological, genetic and congenital anomalies, allergies, ear infections, immune system dysfunctions, digestive issues, structural dysfunctions.

Craniosacral Therapy is a method of assessing and gently correcting the function of the craniosacral system through the bones of the head and lower spine. It is a very relaxing treatment, and can be done without removing any clothing. Restrictions, compression or tightness in the craniosacral system can be diagnosed and treated using light touch techniques.

If you would like to book an appointment; contact reception@the-elbowroom.com or by calling 01 677 9859.-

About the author: Lisa Wilkinson

Lisa Wilkinson

Lisa opened The elbowroom in February 2003. Mother to Tuilelaith and Sean, director of The elbowroom and with a crew of over 35 staff, she is a busy bee. Lisa leads a team committed to bringing health and vitality to all of her clients. Lisa currently teaches in our yoga training programs, pregnancy yoga and mum and baby yoga. Lisa works hard developing healthy food choices for Graze Canteen @ The elbowroom. She specialises paediatric and pregnancy with workshops, yoga therapy and craniosacral therapy.

The elbowroom has an extensive range of classes for all ages and abilities. We offer such an eclectic mix to enable you to find something that will suit you. If you need any advice, please contact our class advisor who can point you in the right direction.