Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a hands-on bodywork that evolved from ancient healing traditions, namely Cherokee and Shawnee healing arts and bodywork, and was brought into mainstream culture by doctors of Osteopathy. It is rooted in the belief that we all have an innate capacity for self-healing . This gentle therapy supports the whole person and can be beneficial for physical ill health and dis-ease as well as being effective for supporting and working through emotional and psychological issues.  Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy can help a wide range of complaints but some common issues clients seek help for include: stress and anxiety, depression, back pain, IBS, migraine, aches and pains and immune support.

As a Biodynamic Therapist I work with the tissues, fluids, rhythms and structures of the body, resolving patterns of tension or distortion that often underlie a lack of vitality, ill health and dis-ease. By being fully present, I create the conditions for the body and mind to let go of tension or holding which allows the nervous system an opportunity to settle. During treatment there is an invitation to rest in space and potency, resulting in coherent connectivity and vitality. Many people experience deep relaxation and stillness during a session.

After treatment, clients often report an improvement in physical symptoms, a reduction in stress and anxiety, feeling more connected, improved energy levels and greater clarity, contentment and creativity.

Sessions take place fully clothed on a massage table. There is always time before and after treatment to discuss anything that may be arising for you.

I am a registered member of The Craniosacral Therapy Association UK and adhere to the Association’s Code of Ethics and Conduct and Standards of Practice.

The same stream of life that runs through my veins night and day

runs through the world and dances in rhythmic measures.

It is the same life that shoots in joy through the dust

of the earth in numberless blades of grass and breaks

into tumultuous waves of leaves and flowers.

It is the same life that is rocked in the ocean-cradle

go life and death, in ebb and flow.

Rabindranath Tagore