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  1. #1
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    Default Anyone know of an Equine CranioSacral professional that would come to South PA?

    I am hoping to find an Equine Cranio Sacral Therapist that would be willing to travel to Carlisle, PA.

    Anyone have any ideas?
    Erin and
    Instant Karma "Sunny", ShineDown "Liam"

    "You can't control the wind, but you can adjust the sails."



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    I didn't know what this was so I googled it. Looks like a GIANT scam with absolutely no basis in medical or scientific fact. I'd advise spending your money elsewhere.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren12 View Post
    I didn't know what this was so I googled it. Looks like a GIANT scam with absolutely no basis in medical or scientific fact. I'd advise spending your money elsewhere.
    Tsk, tsk.

    It is an off shoot of Osteopathy. Without it I would not be able to ride.

    Get a life.


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    While, I am glad you are so worried about how I spend my money, I didn't ask whether anyone found it to be a worthwhile option.
    Erin and
    Instant Karma "Sunny", ShineDown "Liam"

    "You can't control the wind, but you can adjust the sails."


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    I sent you a pm with a contact for someone that might be able to either travel to you or might have another recommendation.



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    My son had cranio-sacral therapy for a year. It was a big help to him. The therapist was a horsewoman who wound up working on several of my horses. You might check with the Upledger Institute, which does much of the CST training in the US, and ask them if they can connect you with any local therapists who might be able to work on your horse.



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    My 87 year old mother has been getting craniosacral therapy for about 5 weeks. It has made a HUGE difference in her comfort level! So much so that she told me she was able to go to physical therapy today for the first time in months!

    She has a number of physical problems and has had me very worried as I live 8 1/2 hours away. I have been after her to get CS therapy for years but it finally took a crises to get her to do it.

    I am SO relieved that she is feeling better!

    And, wow, this is the first time I actually got one of these icons to work.



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