About the Practitioners
Erin has completed advanced CranioSacral Therapy training with Dr. Ron Wish at the Great River Craniosacral Therapy Institute. She also trains with Dr. Carol Phillips in the CranioSacral Therapy techniques of Dynamic Body Balancing and Myofascial Unwinding, focusing on pregnant women, infants and children. In addition Erin in a certified yoga teacher (200hr) from Yoga To The People in San Francisco, CA, and has completed yoga teacher trainings with Tari Prinster of Yoga4Cancer(y4c) and Ana Forest of Forest Yoga.
Erin is an intuitive healer, bodyworker and guide. With compassion and focus she is able to tap into the natural rhythms of the body and assist them into deep harmony with one another. Erin has a passion for helping her clients align body, mind and spirt and release tension and trauma through gentle touch, connection to breath, imagery and dialoguing.
Erin has a masters degree in public policy and has worked for humanitarian and women's rights organizations. She has experience working with various populations such as cancer survivors, international refugees, trauma and abuse survivors, those struggling with substance abuse, eating disorders and mental illness.
Maureen has received advanced training in craniosacral therapy with Dr. Ron Wish of the Great River Craniosacral Therapy Institute in Nyack, NY, where she earned her certificate in craniosacral therapy (CST) and somatoemotional release (SER). She continues to train in the techniques of dynamic body balancing and myofascial unwinding with Dr. Carol Phillips of Annapolis, MD. Additionally, Maureen received a certificate in expressive arts therapy at the Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy Institute in California, an institute that pioneered the work of Dr. Natalie Rogers, daughter of renowned humanist psychologist Dr. Carl Rogers. She is grateful to all her teachers for their expertise, wisdom, and guidance.
Maureen works with light touch on adults, pregnant women, and children who are experiencing pain, trauma, change, grief, and/or loss. By using dialogue, imagery, sound, and breath to integrate the memories, emotions, and insights that may arise during a session, Maureen helps guide an individual to more ease in and awareness of his or her body, mind, and spirit.
Maureen's experience includes work with bereavement groups and hospice, and tutoring nonnative speakers of English. She has extensive training in the arts, and speaks (nearly!) fluent French.
How Craniosacral Therapy Works
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle but profound healing form which assists the body's natural capacity for self repair. The therapist uses light touch to calm the nervous system, identify and release blockages in the body, uncover root causes of stress and pain, and bring harmony to the body, mind and spirit.
It's subtle nature is surprisingly effective and gentle enough for infants, pregnant women, those with severe conditions and seniors.
Can be used to treat:
- Chronic pain, chronic stress
- Headaches, migraines, TMJ
- Depression, anxiety, insomnia
- ADD, ADHD
- Trauma, PTSD
- Digestive issues
- Asthma and other respiratory issues
- Muscular disorders
- Occasional aches, pains and stress
For more information on what you should expect from your first Craniosacral Therapy session click below.
$140 for 60 minutes
$160 for 75 minutes
5 sessions ($75 savings)
$625 for 60 minutes
$725 for 75 minutes
10 sessions ($150 savings)
$1250 for 60 minutes
$1450 for 75 minutes
15 sessions ($300 savings)
$1800 for 60 minutes
$2100 for 75 minutes
- Infant/child Session-$105 for 45 minutes
- Mom/Baby Session-$200 for 95 minutes
- (Please ensure child care is available for mom's session)
Payment is accepted in cash, check or credit card: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX or Discover
Insurance is not accepted, however you may request a receipt and use your flexible spending account.