craniosacral therapy at APA

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle hands-on treatment that helps to relieve physical and emotional stress stored in the body. Clients remain fully clothed, comfortably lying on a massage table while the craniosacral therapist uses very soft touch to release soft tissue restrictions around the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). For more information, visit:

Late Winter 2023 Special Offer for the A Positive Alternative community: APA has generously offered space for me to offer sessions at a discounted rate to the community of 25% off (before Spring (March 21st). Visit the scheduling page here:

“I started to receive craniosacral therapy as a Tween back in Philadelphia when my mom was practicing as a massage therapist. It has always been a source of deep relaxation for me, helped me heal from an injury to my low back and continues to relieve my long-standing jaw tension/TMJ that seems to accompany the stressors of living in a complex, unjust world. I’ve found that craniosacral therapy allows for a shortcut into the parasympathetic (or “rest and digest”) nervous system and helps build stress resiliency. I’ve seen my patients improve from migraines, chronic pain, chronic stress, insomnia and more while accessing a sense of deep relaxation.”

Michal Waldfogel, ND

Michal practices craniosacral therapy out of Union Wellness in the Central District on Sundays, Monday evenings and Tuesday evenings. Visit for more information and for scheduling. She is also available for comprehensive naturopathic mental health care via telehealth.