The craniosacral system is a bodily system made up of membranes and fluid designed to support and cushion the brain and spinal cord.
The aim of craniosacral therapy is to work with light touch to ease restrictions in this system and encourage natural healing.
Although this therapy does work with the head and back primarily, it can work with many areas of the body.
A craniosacral therapist will touch certain areas of the body to assess what needs attention and then use subtle movements to promote healing.
Recognising the body-mind connection, this therapy looks to treat the whole person. This means understanding how emotional blockages can affect the physical body and addressing these within the therapy session too.
Who can it help?
As this therapy is so gentle and non-invasive, it is appropriate for anyone – from young babies to elderly patients. Often those with chronic...