Lesha Krantz Nelson is a registered and licensed Occupational Therapist with a special focus and education in Craniosacral Therapy. She is also certified as a Craniosacral Therapist from the Upledger Institute. Lesha currently works in the field of Pediatrics and works with children from birth to 18 with a focus on birth trauma, breastfeeding issues and tongue tie, sensory integration disorders, and neurological disorders. She has taken numerous classes specializing in pregnancy and birthing, newborns, and pediatrics directly related to Crasniosacral Therapy. When working with adults she can address chronic neck and back pain, head injury, immune system disorders, infertility and pregnancy, and stress and tension disorders. Lesha has experience in the medical field and has worked in both hospital and outpatient settings as well as in skilled nursing facilities.

Lesha was born and raised in Salt Lake City and resides in the Millcreek Area. She attended the University of Utah for her undergraduate degree in Behavioral Science and Health and for her masters degree in Occupational Therapy. Just after graduate school, Lesha had an ankle injury that was not healing. When Western medicine was unable to help, she had a Craniosacral session. Not only did she get better but she knew Craniosacral Therapy was something she needed to learn to help others to heal as well. She enjoys spending her free time mountain biking, skiing, practicing yoga and Kalari, and hanging out with her husband and her dog.