Karen Partisch, Licensed Craniosacral Therapist

Karen’s Office Location

The Atriums, 8051 N Tamiami Trail, Suite F8, Sarasota FL 34243

There is parking in the front, back and along the south side. It’s a short, easy walk from the back and the south side. The diagram below shows the layout of the Atriums with my office, Suite F8, circled.


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GPS has been great about getting people to The Atriums. My office is in Suite F8. If you need any help, feel free to text or call and let me know. I’m happy to come out to meet you in the parking lot and walk with you to my office.

 Treatments in the time of COVID-19

Schedule Your Appointment with Karen

Karen Partisch, Cranialsacral TherapyTo Schedule a Session, contact Karen at 941.730.2193 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Remember to schedule your appointment in advance. Typically it’s 2 weeks to get an appointment. Traveling out of the area may require longer lead time.

Learn more about CST for People and about CST for Horses.

Directions to Karen's Office

From I75: Take Exit 213, University Parkway, towards Sarasota Airport. Continue on University Pkwy. Drive to US-41 N/N Tamiami Trail. Turn right (north) on Tamiami Trail to The Atriums, 8051 N Tamiami Trail.  My office is located in Suite F8.

From the South, Sarasota: Go north on Tamiami Trail to The Atriums, 8051 N Tamiami Trail.  My office is located in Suite F8.

From the North, Bradenton, and Anna Maria Island: Come down 41/Tamiami Trail and as you get alongside the airport, watch for the pink and purple building on your left. The Atriums is in big letters on the side and front. My office is located in Suite F8.

NOTE: All photos on this website were taken prior to 2020. Currently, Karen and clients wear masks during treatments.

Karen will not diagnose any illness, disease or dysfunction. Craniosacral Therapy (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.