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Sharing two interesting little stories from the sessions last week from a couple of teenagers:


Session #1 with F., 15 years old.

At the end of her session, as she got up and put her shoes on, F. said:

“My head just feels so weird.”

“And how weird does your head feel?”, I asked her knowing how powerful her session had been from the releases that took place and she responded:

“My brain is moving in the opposite direction.”

“Is this good or bad?” did I ask her,

“It is good because my brain is smiling and I am smiling”, she responded.

“That is amazing!” I said and I went on to write down these exact words because she accurately described what my hands had felt as I had helped her cranial motion to reset. It felt like her brain had flipped in her skull, following the significant release of a restriction in her occipital base, which would explain her feeling.

This blockage was one of the hooks in her dural membrane which prevented the proper glide of her spine and most likely at the origin of the stress fracture she sustains.

She then added:”

“Thank you!”,

as I was writing while repeating the words out loud that were just said. Hearing me and with a big grin on her face all opened and her head and her heart released and all freed-up, she insisted and repeated, “thank you!” so that I would write it also and she gave me a big huge hug.

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Session #2 with G., 18 years old.

“I am a national player now!”

Announced G., glowing with self-confidence at the onset of his session. We have been working for a bunch of years now. He was one of the 50 top players in Florida and has now been chosen as a national baseball player.

“Wow!! That is so awesome G.; we are all so proud of you!”

I felt a great sense of pride to witness this fantastic young man growing into this super athlete, on his way to college and getting a scholarship and achieve his goal while feeling so comfortable with his performances in all aspect of his life.

When we first started working together, he had been diagnosed with ADD and ADHD and learning disabilities and was struggling.

Seeing him now, moving with such ease in his way, and a big smile on his face touches me very deeply.

He came in so that we could work on the pain he felt on his back and his elbow from baseball practice and left having healed it. He got so good at this over the years, and he mostly knows how to do it himself now.

“That is my edge,” he added, I keep it to myself.

He also has been learning Qigong for many years with me, while receiving craniosacral therapy.




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