What is CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY and how does it work?
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle touch therapy which supports the body’s natural capacity to balance, restore and heal itself.
The client lies down, fully clothed on a couch, the therapist then uses a light touch with trained hands to pick up information from the body.
This information in the form of subtle rhythms will locate and release areas of tension, holding patterns, tightness or injuries within the body. These tight areas can be found anywhere within the body, and can be as a result of physical or emotional impact, stress, disease, or trauma.
Craniosacral Therapy is extremely relaxing, many people have never experienced such a deep level of relaxation before, and this is where the body can rest and repair itself most effectively.
Who does CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY benefit?
The gentle, non invasive therapy is suitable for everyone, from newborn to elderly, and can be effective for a wide range of issues..
Recovery after Surgery
Recover after Chemotherapy or Radiotherapy
And many more, especially Stress..
Stress - Unavoidable in today’s busy world. Whilst our bodies are designed to manage a certain amount of this stimulation, often we can become overwhelmed and unable to cope with life’s demands. Extended periods of stress can start to produce symptoms, which have a significant impact on our daily lives.
Clients may come for Craniosacral Therapy for acute problems or just ongoing support in their busy lives.
For further information about Craniosacral Therapy visit the CSTA website here
A little bit about me...
My background is as a registered general nurse in the NHS for over 25yrs. I have found working with a variety of people over many years extremely rewarding. After initially taking a more medical approach to health, I have come to realise the importance of connecting mind, body and spirit into our health and general well-being. Becoming more interested in complimentary therapy, I was drawn to the powerful healing practice of Craniosacral Therapy.
I graduated from the College of Craniosacral Therapy in 2017.
I am a member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) and adhere to their Code of Ethics and requirements for continuing professional development.
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