With my clients these days, through hands on work, sharing this second breath with them is the same as working with the breath of life. There are techniques involved, of course, but this is the foundation. If we can become more present in our own skins, in a very basic, very real way, we can begin to get a sense of being guided internally how to heal. But most of the time it is locked up in areas of our body that we are not ready to look at. So it takes help from someone like me who is familiar with this fluidity. What is locked up might show up as sciatica or bad posture or knee pain or headaches or a sense of meaninglessness. But this is what my craniosacral sessions are like these days, with client and practitioner, like two flashlights shining in the dark, something hidden begins to move. The practitioner can act as a tuning fork, and the client begins to find harmony.