Patty Duke Actress
I firmly believe that it’s because of her work with my mother that she (my mother) is able to walk, today.... my mother suffered a broken back and after surgery and much physical therapy, she was still bedridden for over 8 months. I brought Cris in on the case and in less than 3 months my mother was walking again and quite well.
“For over a decade, I have been receiving healing work from Cris Cotone. She has helped me to heal from smaller things like wounds and bruises to the biggest of illnesses; most recently breast cancer."
“I have multiple sclerosis, which makes it hard to walk. Cris’ knowlege about the human body is amazing. This is how she is able to release energy, by moving her hands over negatively affected parts of the body. "
“I am writing this letter of recommendation for Cris Cotone with great pleasure. I started regular massage therapy on a weekly basis with Cris about 4 months ago. I suffered with fibromyalgia, sleeping problems and my life just wasn’t going in the right direction."
I was told I had endometriosis, couldn't have children, and should have surgery. When I came to Cris, I was in incredible pain. I began working with Cris and was able to put aside the idea of surgery and am now pregnant. She has been a guiding force in my healing, emotionally and physically. Her technique and personhood are extremely powerful and so are the classes she teaches in Body Psychology.
Van Nuys CA
Release From Negative Patterns
“My experience in working with Cris Cotone in receiving treatments in Pattern Release and Body Psychology provided me with a greater understanding of how suppressed emotions have ruled my life."
Irreversible Neurological Damage, Skin Healing Without Skin Grafting
“I first met Cris Cotone last June when she came to the assisted living facility where my 86-year-old mother resided. My mother had suffered irreversible neurological damage approximately four years earlier and could not walk without a great deal of assistance."
Helping Stroke Victims
I suffered a left-side stroke on December 7, 1999. I spent several months in hospitals and rehab centers. After my in-home rehab ran out of insurance I still had an uncontrollable left arm and a useless left hand. I would walk using a walker and help. My only mobility was provided by a wheelchair.