Craniosacral therapy is a very
subtle non-invasive, non-
manipulative therapy which uses
very light touch to make contact
with the head, spine and body
tissues. This promotes the body’s
This is a profound method of
healing, which is attracting
increasing interest for its gentle
It was developed through the
work of the eminent American
Osteopath Dr William Garner
Sutherland. He found subtle
intrinsic movements and rhythms in the body that he concluded were deeply linked with mental, emotional and physical health and he thought that restrictions in these movements related to a reduction of the body’s natural capacity to heal.
The purpose of craniosacral therapy is to facilitate the clients own healing process. There is no physical manipulation, instead the practitioner listens to the client’s system with their hands and provides a healing space in which the client’s system can express itself and be heard. The practice is led by the client’s process through touch.
This skilled form of observation seems to help processes unfold and the client often finds they are able to move through stages of healing with greater ease. Clients are reported to have a greater sense of vitality, inner peace, connection and well being.
I became interested in Craniosacral therapy seven years ago when I saw
the benefits it had on my youngest daughter after receiving treatments.
She arrived a very unhappy baby and suffered with colic which caused
her considerable discomfort. She is now the most happy and content
child who is given the support of craniosacral therapy when she feels
she needs it.
After graduating from the school of resonance trainings in 2012 and
continue to attend post graduate courses enabling me to enhance my
practice and interest. I am also a registered member of the Craniosacral
From my experience craniosacral therapy has given my life more truth and
meaning. It has also helped me with processing work I’ve done whilst in talking therapies, which I feel
complement each other.
I create a space for my client that is safe and contained and within which the clients’ needs can be met.
on 0751 664 5005. Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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