Molly Grady comes to CentreSpring MD having spent the last seventeen years studying, teaching and practicing healing and bodywork. Her primary mode of healing is CranioSacral therapy. She has also studied healing and massage techniques from around the world, from ancient to modern.
Molly is a graduate of the University of Minnesota in Psychology and Spanish and holds a masters degree in human development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Her graduate research was centered on international healing and the connection between the mind and the body. Much of Molly’s work has been to combine psychology and bodywork. As a result, she has come to understand, promote and develop in others the fusion between the mind, body, spirit and soul.
Molly completed a practicum in CranioSacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute in 1993 as well as the advanced levels of training in CST. The Upledger Institute is an organization dedicated to research and the training of health care professionals in the art of CranioSacral Therapy, as well as a treatment center for brain and spinal cord injuries. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota in Psychology and Spanish. She holds a Master’s Degree in Human Development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Her belief is that each person carries within themselves, within their own bodies, knowledge and insight into what their body needs in order to heal itself. Molly’s natural empathy coupled with her knowledge, enable her to guide people to listen to their own bodies. Many people not only listen and learn, but are able to follow these insights to heal themselves of pain, free themselves from restrictions and thereby experience a sense of greater freedom and joy.
She is excited to help bring lasting healing to patients at the center through this gentle form of therapy, and help patients understand the fusion between mind, body, spirit and soul.