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Cranial Practitioner Asheville NC | Cranial Sacral Massage Asheville

My name is Brian Loftin, and I practice a style of bodywork designed to relax and heal you, going deeper than most other forms of hands-on work, uncovering underlying causes, and empowering your body’s ability to respond to internal and external stresses: Elemental CranioSacral Work.

Elemental CranioSacral Work

"Asking the proper question is the central action of transformation- in fairy tales, in analysis, and in individuation. The key question causes germination of consciousness. The properly shaped question always emanates from an essential curiosity about what stands behind. Questions are the keys that cause the secret doors of the psyche to swing open."
– Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

Welcome to my Website! Many people who come to knock on my treatment room door are seeking answers to questions that oftentimes, only the body can clearly frame: “Who am I?” “How did my body get here?” “What can I be?” “What can I know?” “Can I be free from pain?” “What is my truth, that I cannot see?” The answers to these questions, I believe, abide in the body’s tissues, where not language, but feeling and movement provide the most meaningful and clearest response. Elemental CranioSacral Work™ is the method I use to help us answer these questions.

My name is Brian Loftin, and my ambition is to empower people to seek their healing through self-discovery, with a sense of adventure and an unshakable desire to uncover their deepest and most magical truths, through the medium of skilled and compassionate touch.


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 Brian Loftin Elemental CranioSacral Work
There is something profound about working with Brian. It’s hard to describe in words what he “does,” but it’s more like who he is—and that presence allows me to find the healing journey for myself. There’s no ego, and I don’t feel like I’m going to be scolded for not doing exercises or told what or what not to eat. It’s bigger than that, but more challenging. He’s like a reflector, a bridge, and sometimes a guide, and I’m really grateful that he’s here.
— Kate K.