At Brain and Body Therapy we are passionate to provide the best care. If you are seeking to relax and relieve tension or improve the ability to complete daily tasks, you’ve landed in the right spot. You are a complex human being with life stresses and an amazing neural network system at the center of it all; we provide a variety of techniques to address your needs. Whether we use traditional applications or utilize reflex integration, our services are always goal focused and together we develop the best plan of care for you.
Reach out to us and we would be happy to try and accommodate your needs or refer you to a therapist who has the skillset you’re looking for. We believe that the path to health and healing should be collaborative and there are many talented people in the Spokane area who are here to help. If we cannot provide the service you’re looking for, chances are we know someone who can.
Craniosacral offers subtle reorganization of the cerebrospinal fluid rhythm and flow. This is done through light touch and intention as your body restores its natural rhythm to improve form and function. Cerebrospinal fluid is essential to our body’s regulation as it provides nutrients and acts as a shock absorption system to our brain and spinal cord. Allowing proper movement of this fluid is imperative and can be constructed if any head/neck trauma has occurred.
Uses localized suction to pull out toxins, improve blood flow, and elevate muscle tension. Cupping has no down time.
This approach utilizes a way of integrating the brain and body connection by addressing and re-patterning our primitive reflexes. This style of bodywork focuses on integrating reflexes through specific, developmental body positions with sensory and motor input. Curious? Find out more here.
Myofascial work identifies areas in the body which have restricted movement due to bound fascial fibers. Emphasizing pressure to the connective tissues, this slow and broad technique is effective to improve joint and muscle movement by allowing increased movement between the muscle fibers.
PNF focuses on stretching and elongating muscles to help improve range of motion. Working with passive stretching and small contractions to target muscles, this type of therapy can quickly elongate muscles by breaking the neuromuscular holding pattern.
This type of application focuses on relaxing the entire body. It utilizes long flowing strokes with emphasis to the heart for improved circulation. Great for stress release, relaxation, and improving flexibility.
Trigger point therapy identifies tender points in the musculoskeletal system. These points feel like knots and radiate to other areas of the body in a specific pattern. Applying pressure to these areas can decrease pain and improve range of motion.