Jessica Haberman, RCST®, NHPC - Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist & Myofascial Release Practitioner
Jessica Haberman, RCST®, NHPC

Jessica Haberman, RCST®, NHPC




Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
Myofascial Release
Meditation Instruction

Times Available

By appointment only: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and every other Saturday
Jessica works at different locations. Consult with her to see what works for you.


*Initial Consultations are always 90-minutes
$50-$100/60-minute session (HST included)
$90-$120/90-minute session (HST included)

Health Plan Coverage

Some extended benefits cover craniosacral therapy sessions from practitioners registered through NHPC. Please consult your individual policy.
"From the time we are only the potential of life within the egg and sperm of our parents, to our beginnings as single cells, our bodies know how to grow. Every cell is innately possessed of the potential of health and life, and if we are breathing, no matter what has happened to us, or where we find ourselves in our life cycle, we are in possession of this. To access this potential, often our bodies first need to remember what they have already done in growing us. My job, as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, is to help your body relearn how to do that - to restore access to your own inner resources thus bringing an increase of health to both your body and your mind."

I began studying anatomy, physiology, massage and bodywork in the early nineties in Canada. Inspired by my own recovery from dance injuries and car accidents I became keenly fascinated by the physical and emotional aspects of the healing process.

In 1998, I moved to Boulder, Colorado where I completed a two-year Associate Degree in Massage Therapy, certified in Advanced Myofascial Release and began my training in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy.

I have been a practicing Buddhist for over 30 years and became a meditation instructor in 1999. I worked with the BA in Contemplative Psychology program at Naropa University as a Teaching Assistant and Meditation Instructor in 2005 and facilitated two of their month long Maitri Space Awareness programs in 2007. I also served for one year as the director of Practice and Education at Shambhala Mountain Center. I taught dance in my earlier life and began helping people explore their bodies through movement as part of my myofascial work in 2004.

Since moving back to Toronto in 2009, I became a mother, learned more about trauma therapy and group process, and completed a two-year training program in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. I am actively involved as a volunteer at my daughter’s school and with the Parent Council. I enjoy a small private practice, while also serving as a support assistant for current Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist trainings with Body Intelligence.

I often see people with chronic conditions of physical and/or emotional pain resulting from car accidents, degenerative conditions, brain injuries, sexual abuse, violence, anxiety, day-to-day stress and other mental wellness issues that are affecting the health and well-being of the body.

I believe in the ability to have a healthy birth, a healthy life, and a healthy death. That said, I may challenge you to reevaluate your definitions of health and to look beyond an ideal to find an integrity and strength in the present moment of however that is – to be resourced as you are. I will facilitate your process and share with you the joy and profundity of re-aligning yourself with inner presence of being, health potential, embodiment, and resilience.