Craniosacral practitioners are working with slow waves they can feel in each part of the body. The most used and best known wave has a rhythm around 6 cycles per minute.
It has been recently demonstrated that this craniosacral wave presents a good relationship with one of the waves that can be extracted from the heart.
Heart rate variability can be objectified by spectral analysis
(a mathematical method for breaking down the different oscillations present in a rhythm).
iTHRVE & Flameinsound Apps
will display in real time the different waves which are part of the heart rate spectrum.
Commonly, the literature shows the following three major spectral components in the field of photoplethysmographic analysis of blood flow:
(from 9 to 24 cycles/min);
(2.5 to 9 cycles / min);
(1) D. FERNANDEZ, A. LECINE
L'enregistrement de l'onde de Traube-Hering et de la palpation crânienne simultanée.
Revue Ostéo n°9 - novembre 1990.
(2) KENNETH E. NELSON, DO; NICETTE SERGUEEF; CELIA M. LIPINSKI, MSII;ARINA R. CHAPMAN, MSII; THOMAS GLONEK, PhD
Cranial rhythmic impulse related to the Traube-Hering-Mayer oscillation: comparing laser-Doppler flowmetry and palpation
JAOA * Vol 101 * No 3 * March 2001 * 163
(3) Kenneth E. Nelson, DO, FAAO, FACOFP
The Primary Respiratory Mechanism
The AAO Journal Winter 2002, p24
(4) Kenneth E. Nelson, DO; Nicette Sergueef, DO (France); Thomas Glonek, PhD
Recording the Rate of the Cranial Rhythmic Impulse
JAOA * Vol 106 * No 6 * June 2006 * 337-341
The LF band is related to the
(still present without breath).
This Mayer wave presents a good correlation with the CranioSacral wave (see ref 1, 2, 3, 4) .
This CranioSacral app will display
in real time your sacrocranial wave* and help you to interact with it.
* CranioSacral wave is a blood pressure wave and can only be displayed wiith light sensor like Camera or Finger Sensor
(can not be displayed with HRV sensors like Polar Chest Strap)