My approach to CranioSacral work

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“One practitioner may work quite differently from another, even when their training is similar. Interests, experience, views on health and healing all play into how a practitioner works with you. I wholeheartedly invite you to schedule a 15 minute appointment where we can introduce ourselves and explore what might be possible. There is no charge for this and no obligation going forward.

A brain injury in 1998 set me on a path of discovery of CranioSacral work for my own healing. Its effectiveness in helping to clear residual brain trauma issues so intrigued me that I wanted to learn more. After participating in an introductory class, I was hooked and continued to pursue more Karen Russell - Cascade CranioSacral Therapy - Bellingham WAtraining. I was licensed in 2004 and have been practicing CST exclusively ever since.

My interests in anatomy, biochemistry, and health combined with academic study and professional background in both biology and psychology have made CST a good fit for me.  I have studied with the Upledger Institute and continue to actively train through the Institute in advanced CST techniques. Particular interests interests of mine include: TBI/concussion recovery, sensory dysfunction issues, and immune system difficulties.

I’ve had two very serious debilitating injuries in my life, a brain injury and a low back injury, each of which took me on a long and convoluted path of healing. Largely as a result of these experiences, I’ve developed a genuine empathy for those living life with – and seeking answers for – both acute and chronic symptoms. I recognize that “healing” looks different for everyone; I’m here to support you on your journey, whatever the terrain.”  – Karen Russell


Karen C. Russell , LMT – Bellingham WA – Cascade CranioSacral Therapy


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