devere-cropDeVere Keen Gamble, CST

Life is a balance of holding and letting go. ~Rumi

DeVere Keen Gamble, Craniosacral Therapist, LMT, is a graduate of Southwest School of Massage. She has studied at the Upledger Institute, and with Dr. Paul Lee, D.O.  In private practice for over fifteen years, DeVere’s unique approach facilitates optimal vitality, ease, and balance through a deep sense of connection and presence. Her understanding of both the anatomy of the physical and energetic body blends to give you an individualized treatment that will expand wellness, unwind the connective tissue and reset the central nervous system. Craniosacral therapy, CST, is a gentle and profound modality that works with the subtle, palpable rhythms produced by the cerebral spinal fluid.  CSF protects and surrounds the brain and spinal cord, sacrum, and the cranial bones. CST works to facilitate the expression of these rhythms for healing by accessing the body’s own innate self-healing potential. CST is safe and effective for people of all ages, from birth to elderly. CST addresses acute and chronic pain, stress, TMJ, head injuries, PTSD autoimmune and neurological issues.

DeVere has worked in an active physical therapy clinic as a physical therapy tech, taught Swedish, Deep Tissue Massage and Craniosacral therapy at Rocky Mountain Institute of Healing Arts. Previously, she was a wilderness instructor with the National Outdoor Leadership School. She received her Bachlor’s degree in Environmental Education and Outdoor Leadership at Warren Wilson College, in Ashville, N.C. She is also an Advanced Reiki Practitioner, and offers Raindrop Therapy sessions with organic essential oils. Currently, she is studying to be a Certified Health Coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She will soon be offering Health and Nutrition coaching along with Craniosacral sessions. She lives, works, and plays in the mountains and deserts of Southwest Colorado.

Member: National Association of Massage Therapists

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