Welcome…to the space where healing happens.

Let’s go there, shall we?

Imagine…all your tension slowly disappearing, aches and pains that linger day to day begin to soften and melt away, and your body sinking into a soft, billowy cloud.

This is possible with Craniosacral Therapy.

And more.

How did you feel as a kid?  Carefree?  Vibrant?  Energized?

How do you feel now?  Do you feel like the world is on your shoulders?  Your zest for life fuzzy?  In too much pain to have the energy you desire?

Craniosacral Therapy can help you.

When was the last time you were deeply, deliciously relaxed?

What is Craniosacral Therapy?

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a light touch, manual therapy technique that enhances the central nervous system, facilitating the body’s own self-corrective mechanism.  To sum it up, it helps the body heal itself.

It’s a holistic approach that incorporates the body, mind and spirit.


Benefits include:

  • reduced pain
  • increased mobility of joints, tissues and fluids
  • improved overall health and function of the body, mind and spirit

And much, much more!

CST finds that space where the body can deeply relax, that magically delicious space, where healing happens at its best.



What is the Craniosacral System?

It’s the soft tissue and fluid that surrounds, protects and nurtures your brain and spinal cord.  And it plays a big part in the central nervous system.

Facilitating the craniosacral system helps improve (or engage) the relaxation response and reverse the stress response and the restrictions that stress has put on the body.



Who can benefit from Craniosacral Therapy?

Anyone who wants to alleviate tension in the body, mind and spirit. It’s a natural approach and is safe for all ages.

Whether you need healing for yourself or your horse, you’re in the right place.

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If someone asked me what was the one best single treatment for my MS outside of diet, my answer would be Karen Partisch and cranial sacral therapy. 7 years later, my symptoms are minor and manageable. I work a full time job as a nurse, exercise 4-5 days a week, and live a full and active life with my family. To anyone asking if they should try this, my answer would be have courage and go for it; it will positively change your life.

Joelle Thomas


Karen will not diagnose any illness, disease or dysfunction. CST has a proven record of success as a stand alone therapy. Some clients and physicians choose to use CST along with other modalities and/or allopathic medicine. There are rare cases where it should not be used exclusively as a substitution for medical treatment.