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Valerie Benedict practices Craniosacral therapy and Reiki. She has certification in Craniosacral therapy levels 1 and 2 as well as Somato-Emotional Release. Valerie has been practicing Reiki since the age of 13 and is certified at the level of Reiki master. As a practitioner, she blends these two complimentary modes of healing to work with clients to empower them in their own healing process.

 

Valerie will be available for sessions at the Wellness Center by appointment only on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 PM (except during Antioch student breaks between quarters).

 

Rates:

1 hour session: $40

90 minute session: $60

 

Antioch Student Discount:

1 hour session: $25

90 minute session: $40

 

To set up a session:

Call or Text: 734-660-5943

Email:  valerie.benedict@sbcglobal.net

 

More information:

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on therapy technique

that employs only the weight of a nickel to gently manipulate the craniosacral system.

The craniosacral system consists of the membranes and fluid that surround and protect

the brain and spinal cord, as well as the attached bones. These membranes extend from

the bones of the skull, face and mouth (which make up the cranium) and down the spine

to the sacrum or tailbone area. Craniosacral is incredibly effective for a wide range of

dysfunctions including migraine headaches, chronic neck and back pain, stress and

tension related disorders and chronic fatigue. Samato-Emotional Release is a

therapeutic process that uses and expands on the principles of Craniosacral Therapy to

help rid the mind and body of the residual effects of trauma.  Craniosacral Therapy

sessions run from 60 min to 90 min. and patients remain fully clothed.

 

Reiki employs gentle, hands-on contact to make adjustments to the body’s natural flow of energy.

This can eliminate blockages that may cause imbalances resulting in a wide range of conditions including:

pain, anxiety, physical illness and many others. Reiki sessions run from 60 to 90 minutes and patients remain fully

clothed.