As humans, we repeatedly deal with physical, emotional, chemical and energetic challenges in our day to day lives. Our bodies are constantly striving to achieve and maintain a state of dynamic equilibrium despite these challenges. With Dynamic Body Balancing, your doctor sees your whole system like a spider’s web and works to unwind any “flies” that are caught in that web. Your doctor will listen to and follow the natural pattern that your body communicates and then systematically unwinds tension and trauma within your body’s connective tissue.

Dynamic Body Balancing (DBB) is a technique grounded in the same training as CranioSacral Therapy. It combines MyoFascial Unwinding and BioField Therapies with CranialSacral Therapy to create a beautiful form of hands-on therapy that restores balance to the mind, body and spirit. DBB techniques differ from other similar forms of work in its application. In most cases the technique is performed with the client in a “position of injury”, which is primarily seated or standing. These positions quickly allow the client’s body to reenact an injury and will move in ways to facilitate their tissues to begin the process of restoring a state of balance and harmony. Emotions stored in every cell involved will be allowed to surface and the client is encouraged to “breathe out” the “molecules of emotions” that no longer serve them.

When we spontaneously release negative emotional and physical energy patterns in a self-directed, sequential pattern, we will see a more permanent resolution of long-term pain and dysfunction. By removing the restrictions of gravity in initiating the release from an upright position, we accelerate the healing process. This unique treatment is safe for every age and in treating mothers and babies with this work, we see a happier and easier pregnancy and birth experience. (

This technique is great for:

-Chronic Pain that seems helpless                                                                        -Fibromyalgia

-A newborn with chronic tension                                                                            -Long Covid symptoms

-Women with osteoporosis who may be worried about falling                 -After car accidents

-Repetitive movement sports like golf, tennis, and running

-Seniors who want a better sense of balance and proprioception (the body’s ability to sense movement, action and location )

-Whole body achiness that may shift and transform

What does a Session Look Like for children and adults?

A client may find themselves either laying on a table with your doctor’s hand under your head and or sacrum or standing with your hands on the wall while your doctor follows movement patterns in your hips and legs. A client may also find themselves seated on a stool while your doctor places one hand on your chest and one on your upper back, moving side to side or forward and back.