Craniosacral therapy can aid athletes in avoiding and completely recovering from injuries. Craniosacral therapy enables athletes to achieve peak performance while avoiding injury by optimizing body function. Misaligned joints, especially the spine, cause nerve interference, which leads to common sports injuries. Our health depends on the twelve cranial nerves. They control smell, sight, hearing, touch, and taste. They control the heart rate, breathing, digestion, and blood pressure. They maintain our equilibrium. Blood circulation, immune system function, motor pattern firing, and general health improvement when nerve interference is removed.
What is craniosacral therapy?
Craniosacral therapy is based on the Latin terms cranium and sacrum. The cranium and sacrum are joined by the dura mater, the outermost membrane that protects the cerebrospinal fluid and contains the central nervous system, brain, and spinal cord. The Craniosacral system comprises the cranium, sacrum, and dura mater.
A craniosacral massage in San Rafael is based on a rhythm caused by the production and absorption of cerebrospinal fluid. This pulsation causes continuous slight movement in the sacrum and skull and places a high demand on the fibrous tissue inside and surrounding the Craniosacral system.
In what ways does craniosacral therapy benefit athletes?
Craniosacral therapy patients have reported increased flexibility, speed, agility, and strength during athletic competition, as well as the following additional benefits:
Extending Motion Range
Promoting flexibility and agility: are two qualities that allow the body to move naturally and comfortably. Stretching and increasing range of motion protect athletes from the negative effects of tight muscles. Craniosacral Therapy can support the body in achieving this goal. Craniosacral Therapy can relieve tension in the back and neck, improving overall comfort and the ability to move without resistance.
Increasing Healing Rate
When an athlete’s cranial-sacral system is not functioning properly, he or she is more prone to muscular strain and inflammation. Muscle tension impairs agility, whereas muscle stress and slow inflammation recovery (muscle stress and inflammation).
It is well known that craniosacral therapy from outdoor massage therapists improves lung function. The improved pulmonary function increases blood oxygenation, energy, and consistency of performance. Athletics is physically demanding, and labored breathing is common. Improved lung function allows for proper air intake and exhalation. This makes it easier to control your breathing and avoid experiencing shortness of breath during a game or practice.
How does craniosacral therapy help in sports injuries?
Sports injuries put a strain on the membranes and fluids that surround the central nervous system. Over time, this can cause tensions in the craniosacral system, impeding the body’s natural ability to function. Craniosacral therapeutic massage for deep tissues restores the ideal and balanced state of the soft tissues surrounding the brain and spinal cord, allowing the body to heal and relieve discomfort and suffering.
Assume you are an athlete, are training to become one, or enjoy the athletic activity on occasion. In that case, craniosacral therapy can help you achieve peak performance by relieving pain, allowing you to recover from injuries faster, and improving your overall performance. Athletes of all levels should not wait until after an injury to see a Craniosacral Therapist, just as people get a flu shot at the start of the year to avoid getting sick. Craniosacral Therapy is an amazing resource for injury rehabilitation and recovery, but it is an even more effective tool for injury prevention.