The Healing Room for Infants
The transition from womb to world is a big one. The experience embodies intense physical and emotional changes for baby and mom alike, and is often accompanied by trauma along the way.
Could your infant benefit from some additional healing support?
Bring them in for a 30-minute Cranial Sacral Therapy session to nourish and support their new and developing system. These sessions are supportive of:
– Resolving residual imbalances resulting from the birthing process and adjustment to life in this new realm
– Greater emotional and physical wellness for baby and mom
– Strengthening the bond between mother and infant
7 client slots open – HOWEVER, there are 2 practitioners working together, so they could absolutely see twins.
9:00 – 9:30
9:45 – 10:15
10:30 – 11:00
11:15 – 11:45
12:45 – 1:15
1:30 – 2:00
2:15 – 2:45
If you still need to register for the 4th Trimester Arizona Conference, please click here for tickets!
Learn more about our gifted practitioners serving families in the Infant Healing Room:
Heather Rose James (L), Holistic Health Practitioner
Megan Rodman(R), Holistic Health Practitioner
Founders, Free to Be Healed
2034 E Southern Ave, Suite K
Tempe, AZ 85282
Heather Rose James and Megan Rodman are the founders of Free to be Healed, a practice located in Tempe, AZ (see Freetobehealed.com). They provide holistic therapies, energy work, bodywork, psychic-spiritual development, and intuitive readings. Additionally, Heather Rose has 17 years of experience in Psychiatric Nursing and is a Polarity Practitioner, Cranial Sacral Therapist, Life Coach and Reiki Master. Megan Rodman has been practicing healing arts for 15 years and is a Polarity Practioner, Cranial Sacral Therapist, Massage Therapist and Reiki Master.
Heather and Megan specialize in Cranial Sacral Therapy for infants and parents, which is a gentle hands-on technique that facilitates unwinding of compression and misalignment. Beyond the deep level of relaxation that Cranial Sacral Therapy can provide, other benefits for infants include the resolution of:
- Birth trauma, such as issues resulting from vacuum, forceps, C-section deliveries, as well as the natural trauma that occurs from the vaginal birthing process
- Trouble with breastfeeding and latching
- Gastrointestinal pain and acid reflux
- Not sleeping well, including early days when day and night seem to be reversed for the infant
- Teething pain
- Head-shape issues
- Developmental delays
- and much more