Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle, non-invasive, non-directive and non-analytical form of bodywork whose goal is to help get rid of restrictions in the Craniosacral System by balancing the cerebrospinal fluid dynamics known to have a direct influence in the proper functioning of the central nervous system. The therapist will make contact by placing his hands lightly using gentle finger pressure, without manipulation or forceful thrusts, and barely detectable movements, on the patient’s head, spinal column and sacrum and turning in to what is happening by listening using his hands on the wave-like rhythmic pulse that goes through the entire body. Although contact is made on the head in most sessions, CST is not considered a form of head massage. Being one of the subtle therapies, sometimes the benefits are not immediately noticeable, but become obvious on returning to a familiar environment. Individuals with a deep need to be listened to on the tissue level find this deeply healing. Those manifesting forms of autism will greatly benefit from this therapy.