MassageCraniosacral Therapy is “a subtle, yet powerful bodywork that supports the body’s innate ability to heal itself. Through gentle hands-on palpation of the fluidic, tissue and energetic layers of the body, a practitioner deeply listens to the stories of the body, including its patterns of both Health and Dis-ease. Through observation of various natural states within the body, including fluid fluctuation, state of balance and stillness, the body experiences reorganization and higher levels of functioning are facilitated. The result is a freeing of potency (also referred to as Life Force) within the body, and subsequent increase in body function, healing and vitality.”*

Beeara received her certificate in  Biodynamic Craniosacral Tharapy in August 2001 at the Colorado School of Energy Studies in Boulder. This certification program is  a 2-year, 700- hour training course based on the teachings of Franklin Sills. She went on to complete the training a couple of more times in August of 2003 and again in March 2013 as a teaching assistant. She’s also studied Craniosacral Therapy for Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum with Carol Gray in Portland in 2017.

Though she’s currently not accepting infants in her practice, Beeara has also taken two advanced workshops for working specifically with infants. This can be very effective in helping alleviate many of the challenging symptoms that babies can face, such as difficulty sleeping, breastfeeding issues and digestive challenges. It has been recommended by doctors who work with tongue tie issues for the newborn to receive treatment before and after medical intervention. For recommendations for other craniosacral therapists who do work with babies, please contact her.

Beeara is glad to work with your child once she/he/they are old enough to be still for at least short periods of time. She’s always been quite partial to working with children and has 14 years of early childhood education to support her in this arena.

There is no doubt that that your treatment allowed me to access internal comfort and relaxation despite severe injuries. I found each treatment to be a step in the healing process, each time a new door opened that allowed flow of energy and peace. As a Chinese medical practitioner I can equate that feeling of peace and energy flow with smooth qi flow; as a wounded human being, I can equate it with healing touch.

— K.Y., Moscow, ID