Plano Medical Massage Therapist Lauren Cato Robertson





Lauren is passionate about empowering women and helping them to improve their lives through manual therapy, education, and self-care. Lauren holds a key position at C-Section Recovery Center as co-founder, lead therapist, morale booster, and pathological hugger. She is a long-standing, 3rd generation member of the PEO Sisterhood, a philanthropic educational organization that supports women’s educational projects worldwide, including Cottey College, of which she is an alumna. Lauren holds multiple college degrees, including a Masters of Science degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.

A lifelong student, she focuses a great deal on continuing education, deliberate practice, and study so that she is better prepared to address the needs of her clients. In addition to having trained for roughly three thousand hours under John’s mentorship, Lauren has trained extensively and is currently working on certifications with the Upledger Institute in CranioSacral Therapy® and SomatoEmotional Release®, and with the Chikly Health Institute in Lymph Drainage Therapy®. She has also trained in Reflexology, Reiki, Hot Stone Massage, and Myofascial Release with local instructors.

Lauren is nationally certified with the National Certification Board for Massage Therapy and Bodywork, and is about to qualify for NCBTMB Board Certification – the highest credential available to massage therapists in the US.

Myofascial Massage Releases You From Pain

Myofascial Release is a specialized massage therapy which lengthens your body’s muscles and connective tissue to relieve pain common in soft tissue disorders. You will leave your first myofascial release session more comfortable than you thought possible, more relaxed, and breathing more deeply than before.

Muscles and Fascia

To understand why myofascial release therapy works so well you first need to know a bit about fascia, the thin white layer of tissue which covers every organ in your body. Each muscle group and every fiber of muscle tissue within it is covered with fascial tissue. As much as 40% of each muscle group, or myofascial unit... Read more > > >

Massage Therapy for C-Section Pain Relief

Massage Therapy for C-Section Pain Relief

The C-Section Recovery Center specializes in relief of chronic pain and dysfunction for women who have had C-Section surgery. Surgeons and western medicine practitioners underestimate the effects of C-Section surgery; it affects a woman's entire body.

Having performed tens of thousands of therapeutic massage sessions, therapists at C-Section Recovery Center created a unique program focusing only on pain relief and well-being of mothers who have had caesarian deliveries... Read more >>>

CranioSacral Therapy for Energy and Balance

CranioSacral Therapy or CST focuses on improving performance of the central nervous system by freeing the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid. Produced by the brain's ventricles, this fluid cushions both your brain and spinal cord and pulses throughout your body. Using a light touch the CranioSacral Therapist relaxes restrictions to ...

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Massage Therapy for C-Section Pain Relief

Fibromyalgia Massage: Pain Relief Without Pills

If you suffer from fibromyalgia as I do, no doubt you are constantly looking for new ways to treat your symptoms. The pain and aches you experience on a daily basis are as discouraging as they are debilitating. Proven to help fibromyalgia patients... Read more > > >

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