Craniosacral therapy is a very subtle form of
treatment that can have a profound impact on
your health and wellbeing.

It doesn’t focus on symptoms that
can be just the tip of the iceberg.

Craniosacral therapy works with the body’s
own intelligence and healing potential to
address the whole body and restore health.

To experience greater health and wellbeing it
can be necessary to think differently about
how you support your body.

craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral therapy works with the body’s ability to heal itself and to restore balance.  It is unique in its ability to treat the source of symptoms on every level, whether mental, physical or emotional.

what is it for?

This treatment is suitable for people of all ages from birth onwards.  It engages the body’s recovery system, promotes healing and improves wellbeing and is appropriate for many acute physical problems as well as longstanding problems both physical and emotional.

what to expect

Craniosacral therapy is gentle, non invasive and often deeply relaxing.  During the session, which typically lasts about an hour, clients remain fully clothed and lie on the treatment table on their back or side.


Peoples’ experiences of how CST has impacted their recovery, health and general wellbeing.  Each individual experience varies but these testimonials give some typical responses covering a breadth of reasons for seeking treatment.

Karen MacRitchie, Craniosacral Therapist, Bucks (CST Buckinghamshire)

People come for Craniosacral Therapy (CST) because they have acute physical problems like headaches, sciatica or bad backs or long-standing problems, both physical and emotional like anxiety, fatigue, feeling overwhelmed, irritability, palpitations.

Others come for ongoing support in their busy lives and to help meet life’s challenges.  The gentle nature of this complementary therapy makes cranio suitable for everyone, from mums-to-be, newborns and the elderly.  Clients often find CST alongside their medical regime very helpful in the management of longterm conditions.

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