CranioSacral Therapy: Tatiana Martushev

tatiana-martushevIn 2002, I was injured in a car accident and found myself struggling to manage the pain from my whiplash injury. After six months of chiropractic, massage and physical therapy, I found that my pain was getting worse. I was frustrated but determined to find a treatment that helped. My physical therapist suggested CranioSacral Therapy. Although, I’d never heard of it, I was open to it, and, to my delight, found my pain completely gone after 6 sessions. I was hooked!

I started taking CranioSacral (CST) classes through the Upledger Institute in 2003, and practiced on anyone I could get my hands on. I found that I loved the work and that it was helpful for a wide variety of ailments. As I continued to do the work and have the work done on me, I was profoundly moved by the sessions, this experience led me to change the way I approached life situations, and as time went on, I started to discover the core of who I am. I can honestly say that this work gave me the greatest gift of all: self-discovery.  This journey led me to getting licensed in massage therapy in 2007 so that I could become a full-time CranioSacral Therapist in 2008 and in 2010 I founded Serenity Center NYC.

Because every person and condition is different, every session is unique to meet the needs of the client. This work is helpful for such a broad spectrum of issues, and my clients vary accordingly; some seek stress reduction, others suffer with chronic pain from repetitive stress injuries, others have chronic conditions of the nervous or immune systems, while yet others are looking to find a way to balance their lives by using their bodies as a compass. My goal is to meet you where you are in your process. It is a true honor for me to do this work, and I look forward to the opportunity to assist you in your journey towards wellness.

At Serenity Center NYC: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Other locations: No
Phone: 917.593.5982
E-mail: tatiana@unifiedspirit.com
Personal website: www.UnifiedSpirit.com

 

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