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Tami Goldstein, WLMT, CST
Tami Golstein, WLMT, CST
When her youngest child was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, Tami Goldstein spent the next few years in a tailspin trying to find ways to help her daughter. She watched in amazement as a more holistic, all-natural approach did what no western medicine techniques could accomplish. Some of those approaches included various techniques to stimulate the sense of touch.
Tami started by studying Reiki Therapy. Reiki a Japanese word meaning universal life energy. The first part Rei, refers to our spiritual dimension or soul. The second part Ki, means vital life or energy. This ancient natural method of healing touches the body without physically touching the body. (How else do you connect with a child who feels pain when you touch them?)
The benefits this approach provided opened Tami’s eyes to try other techniques. While she worked toward a Master/Teacher level in Reiki, she also sampled Yoga, learned Feng Sui, and began receiving regular massages & CranioSacral treatments, Chiropractic adjustments and Acupuncture.
Tami became so fascinated with the benefits provided by Massage Therapy and CranioSacral Therapy she decided to become certified and is currently State and Nationall certified in Therapeutic Massage, Bodywork, and in CranioSacral Therapy. Her daughter’s Functioning Recovery is maintained by a Sensory Lifestyle and CranioSacral Therapy.
Since 2005, Tami has been State and National Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and she continued her training in Cranio-Sacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute in Florida. Tami became certified in CranioSacral Therapy in January of 2013. Trained in Massage Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy (CST) I and II, Somatic Emotional Release (SER) I and II, CST Pediatrics, and The Kolden Technique & Body Therapy, Reiki Master/Teacher. She is also a Certified Infant Massage Instructor.
Tami currently has a busy Cranio-Sacral Therapy practice, Coming Through the Fog. Approximately 60% of her clientele have neurodevelopmental delays. As part of this journey, Tami has become an international award-winning author, educator, and advocate for autism and its multidisciplinary treatment.