Oliver is always looking for therapies, devices and ideas to improve your animals health and well-being. We are happy to have Niyati Nath on board to offer Craniosacral Therapy at Lower Parel, Mumbai for your animals.
Niyati trained with the International Institute for Craniosacral Balancing®, Switzerland for 2½ years and is an accredited
practitioner of Craniosacral Biodynamics. She is also registered as an RCST®/ practitioner member of associations of practitioners of Craniosacral Biodynamics in North America.
What is Craniosacral Therapy?
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle hands-on method of evaluation and treatment that restores mobility, vitality and health to the body. It accelerates healing, decreases pain, increases strength and range of motion, improves sleep, digestion, cardiac function and respiration, and enhances your pet’s athletic performance.
Craniosacral Therapy was originally developed for humans by osteopaths. In the late 1990s, practitioners began to develop and refine the technique for use on dogs, horses and other animals, with remarkable results. There are now therapists in England, Europe, the United States and Australia who specialise in Canine and Equine Craniosacral therapy.
It provides relief from many conditions, including the following:
- Spine and neck injuries
- Head injuries
- Chronic joint pain, including jaw pain
- Nerve irritation and pain
- Hip dysplasia
- Systemic disorders
- Issues relating to the central nervous system
- Post-surgical recovery
- Special issues of ageing and elderly animals
To book a session for your dog, consult with Niyati who will asses your dog’s needs. Visit Niyati’s website for a better understanding of Craniosacral Therapy at https://www.craniosacral.care/
2 thoughts on “Craniosacral Therapy for Animals now in Mumbai”
My 5 year old Labrador suffers from hip dysplasia since birth and even has Arthritis… He is very decent mobile as of now thanks to joint supplements and weight management diet… This alternate therapy sounds interesting… What are your approximate charges per session
Is he able to walk comfortably without an aid?