Appointments

Allow nature's peace to flow into you.
- John Muir

What to Expect

I will not rescue you, for you are not powerless
I will not fix you, for you are not broken
I will not heal you, for I see you in your wholeness
I will walk with you through the darkness, as you remember your light
- Sheree Bliss Tilsley

During your first session, a written case history will be created — both to gather information and to understand your experience and expectations. Sessions typically last an hour, although it can vary. You remain fully clothed and will usually lie face up or on your side on a massage table, or you may be seated. Finding a comfortable position for you is important and the practitioner will have props to support the body. The practitioner will make light contact with your body with her hands and will move to areas that are prioritized by your system. As the body functions as a whole, the practitioner may focus on areas other than where your symptoms occur.

After a session there can be a period of adjustment where some clients report an increase in awareness of their symptoms. It is important to remember that BCST is a facilitation of the body's self repair intelligence. The hands-on session is to support your system to access information and resources to make deep, intrinsic reorganizations. Some clients report relief after only one or two sessions. For long-standing issues, further sessions may be required to assist the body in a holistic movement towards greater health.

What to Expect for Infants

In an Infant BCST session, moms and babies are acknowledged and treated as one unit with postpartum care of mama being equally important. I meet the baby's system AND support how mom's nervous system is coping. This results in nervous system regulation for both which allows for more ease in your overall function together. In session this looks like placing hands on both mom and baby and listening to the priority between the two. This can lead to hands on just baby, hands on just mom, or hands on both together. This can lead to some improvisation in positioning of moms and babies, however comfort is the priority. There is no need to lie still and the little one is held by their their parent while receiving treatment. I encourage moms to do everything and anything that supports their little one's comfort during the session including moving about/bouncing, playing, even breast/feeding.

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Serving central Alberta including Edmonton, Leduc, Wetaskiwin, Camrose, Ponoka, Red Deer and surrounding areas.