CRANIAL FACIAL RELEASE (CFR)
AT THE TUNING ROOM
CFR is a cranial adjusting technique is used to aid various neurological and structural conditions, a non-invasive and targeted treatment that seeks to unlock cranial fixations and stimulate mobility in the cranial system. CFR is used to target the sphenoid bone. This is one of the most complex cranial bones that provides passage for many nerves and blood vessels.
The technique is essentially an expansion and relaxation movement that is aimed are restoring normal cranial respiratory motion and cranial function. The movement achieves this by restoring normal cerebral spinal fluid flow to the brain and spinal cord.
This technique helps to clear everything below the level of the C1 vertebrae or Atlas of the spine, allowing better adjustment of the cranium. This act relieves Dural torque or tension which has a positive impact on brain and body function. It reduces tension on the pituitary gland and promotes better endocrine function.
Cranial facial release (CFR) is a unique decompressive technique performed by insertion of a small balloon into one of the 3 nasal cavities for inflation. We have split the use of CFR into 3 main categories to outline what it can potentially help with:
1) REWIRE: for traumatic concussion head injuries, deviated septum's, broken noses, dislocated jaws, fractured eye sockets and other compressive skull injuries.
2) RESET: for blocked sinuses, recurrent sinus infections, asthma, allergies, sleep apnea and breathing difficulties.
3) RE-AWAKEN: used primarily to "re-awaken" the system by activation of the pineal gland, this is useful in 2 situations:
a) Those seeking and ready for an awakening experience beyond the body & mind.
b) Those who are completely stuck, depressed, and feel at a dead end in their health and life in what to do. These are people who have years of chronic systemic pain with a medical diagnosis of fibromyalgia, ME, MS, pain syndromes.
CFR - HOW DOES IT WORK?
CFR - YOUR FIRST SESSION...
Watch this video to get an understanding of what to expect on your first CFR session. If you have any questions, please be sure to ask your practitioner at your next visit.