Coronavirus Update: The government updated its guidance for close contact workers on Thurs 25 June, instructing them not to return to work yet.  The Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) has advised us to follow government advice, and we would not be covered by our insurance if we ignored it. This means waiting for now.  When that advice changes, I will post an update. In the meantime if you have any queries you are welcome to telephone me. I cannot give medical advice but I am happy to talk through anything related to craniosacral therapy and well-being for you or your children. Stay safe.

Jackie, 27 June 2020

Craniosacral therapy is a very gentle and subtle therapy that works with
the body’s own natural healing process. Through a light contact, the
therapist “listens” or tunes in to the person’s system, feeling where there are
restrictions or imbalances and following the pattern of restriction (such as an area
of tension or trauma) until it releases and resolves itself.

Craniosacral therapy works with the whole body, helping to restore its natural
balance and integrating any changes made. As a result, it works on many levels,
benefitting not just the physical but also the mental, emotional and even spiritual
health of a person. People often hold tension or stress within their bodies without
being fully aware of it (for example, hunching up their shoulders), and a sensitive
therapist will treat not only the physical problem but also any underlying patterns
that may be contributing to it.

As craniosacral therapy is so gentle, it is suitable for all age groups from babies to the elderly, including pregnant / new mothers and people with fragile conditions.

For more information on how craniosacral therapy works, click here: What Is Craniosacral Therapy