Dagmar Steffelbauer, Craniosacral Therapist (BCST, RCST)
90A The Avenue
0208 904 7156
Craniosacral Therapy enhances your general wellbeing and health and some conditions are responding well to treatment
- Any symptoms of stress (adults and children)
- back and neck pain
- jaw problems
- high blood pressure
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- post trauma after an accident or injury
- sciatica/bone and joint disorder
- hormonal disorders
- digestive disorders
- support while pregnant between 4th and 7th month
Training, qualifications & experience
Why have I become a Craniosacral Therapist?
My professional background is general and geriatric nursing in hospitals with conventional and complementary medical approaches in Germany.
2009 I moved to London,where I live with my partner in Wembley.
For some years I was working and still do, for some days, in private care for elderly people.
I came across Craniosacral Therapy many years ago.
The experience of stillness, gentleness, depth and spaciousness made me realize, in our modern lifestyle we rarely meet such qualities. Those qualities are the source of health and wellbeing.
Some years ago I graduated in Craniosacral Therapy at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust (CTET)/ Islington. I am registered at the Craniosacral Association (CSTA).
Since 2014 I am treating clients in Wembley, near Wembley Park Tube station.
In July 2016 I joined The Disability Foundation (TDF ) in Stanmore as a volunteering therapist.
Other available therapies
My treatment room in Wembley is in a near driving distance from
Adults £50.00/ session
Children £30.00/ session
I prefer the payment in cash
If you can not come to your appointment, please, let me know 24 hours beforehand.
The treatment room is near Wembley Park Tube Station or Preston Road Tube Station.
From there a 10-15 min walk or take the Bus 223 from Wembley Park to Beverly Gardens Stop
Parking at The Avenue is free apart from event days.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
Appointments are flexible Evening apps. not later than 6 pm