The Buttafly Effect and craniosacral therapy

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The Buttafly Effect shows consistent benefits for back pain

One of the most exciting things about working with the Buttafly Effect is the consistency of both the subjective and objective responses – what people say and how their body reacts – to the extent that their experiences could actually be recorded in a multiple-choice format!
 

Re-setting of the nervous system

Emotional responses like yawning, laughing and crying are also frequently exhibited and since the first time I witnessed my own mother’s tears, I’ve been considering the mechanisms by which these may be being triggered.
 

Cranio-sacral tides

I’m convinced that the “floating” of the sacrum is key and was excited by the feedback given last week by a student craniosacral therapist called Jo. She bought a Buttafly at the World Yoga Festival in Reading last month. Following her experimentation with it in supine lying, Jo found that each time she used it, her perception of the craniosacral tides magnified beyond belief. This is exciting feedback and we will continue to investigate.
 
Follow this link for a super article by Franklyn Sills to learn more about craniosacral tides
http://www.craniosacral-biodynamics.org/articles-themidtide.html
 
If you are a craniosacral therapist and would like to explore the Buttafly Effect for yourself, please get in touch.
Wishing you good health, TillyLou x

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