Very good experience with both of them. I always feel better after time spent with them. My legs, back or general condition improved. It is difficult for me when I miss and appointment. Plus they are both always in a good mood.
My son has been seeing Kyoko for his asthma, sinus and teeth grinding for a few years. He tells us that Aunty Kyoko makes him feel much better. We also noticed that he grinds his teeth less at night after a CST session with Kyoko.
"My son, Seth was diagnosed with mild ataxia cerebral palsy and developmental delay when he was 1.5 year old. I started bringing Seth to see Kyoko when he was 3.5 years old and after a few months of therapy I can see a quite significant improvement in his speech, motor skills and behaviour. Kyoko is a very nice lady, friendly and care for the children she is seeing, that is why Seth looks forward to see Kyoko every week. Seth is getting better every day so I really recommend this Craniosacral therapy for those who really can benefit from it."
I've been well after I started the massage here. Not only their assessment and skills are always reliable but also they are with good understanding of the client condition, weather, and changes to tailor at each session. I can't miss this nowadays.
"Calvin started seeing Kyoko when he was six years old. Calvin had minimal speech and communication skills and as a result had lots of temper tantrums. Initially it was a struggle as the therapy required him to stay still for half an hour. Today at nine years old Calvin who has been diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) looks forward to Mondays as it is the big day to see Auntie Kyoko. He must have realised how it has changed him from a kid with low self-esteem to a very confident boy. The amount of conversation he has with Auntie Kyoko today during therapy sessions is endless. People who knew Calvin prior to his sixth year couldn't believe the changes in him. Unlike all his other therapies, this is the only thing that is not 'work' to him. It is something which he enjoys and can call relaxation. Thanks to his Auntie Kyoko."