Amber Novak - Craniosacral Therapist
I believe the body is designed to heal itself. When the body has what it needs to heal, it will. The body is always striving to be in a state of balance, wholeness and wellness. Healing is a process. Sometimes we get stuck or caught in a loop and need help to remove what is impeding our healing.
There is no one way to heal and it is not a linear path. Craniosacral Therapy is not one-size-fits-all. Every client is different and every session is different, which is part of what I love about this work.
Through this work, I hope to help people connect to their inner wisdom and become aware of their ability to heal themselves. This deeper connection facilitates healing and confidence. The kind of confidence that comes from knowing and trusting yourself.
I have learned this firsthand as I have worked through my own structural and emotional layers that have contributed to over a decade of jaw pain. While I am still on my journey to complete resolution, I have come to a place of stability. My pain is now mostly at bay, but when it does come back, I embrace it as an opportunity to check in with myself and see where I may have “gotten off track” in my life. This internal signal reminds me to take a deeper look at how I am handling stress and fear in my life.
Working as a chiropractic assistant for almost a decade helped me to understand the body from a neurological and structural perspective and taught me how to heal structural damage. However, there can be so much more to healing an injury than just repairing the physical tissues.
Nutrition and chiropractic both have brought to light the emotional components that need to be addressed to have lasting healing. Many times emotions are stuck in the body, blocking wellbeing or keeping an injury from resolving. There can be many layers that need to be explored and removed to get to the root cause of the problem.
Helping others engage in healing, ultimately heals us all.