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CranioSacral Therapy
What is CransioSacral Therapy (CST)?

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, non-intrusive therapy which through gentle touch releases restrictions, tension and pain in the body.

CST complements the body’s natural healing process, aiming to boost

your health and well being.

The treatments are very relaxing and a feeling of calm is felt as tension within the body that is causing pain and discomfort, is released. You may even fall asleep.

Visit the Upledger Institute website for more information on CranioSacral Therapy.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage /  Craniosacral Therapy

Thanks for today. I can't believe how much the swelling has

gone down. Plus after that short time on my shoulder it's

far less painful to drive. JW

Who is CranioSacral Therapy for?

A very gentle touch is used to listen to the rhythm of the craniosacral fluid which can be felt in the bones, muscles, tissues and fluids of the body which, means it is often appropriate as a therapy when others are not:

immediately after surgery or injury

during pregnancy

from birth

for the elderly

for those  in poor health

for chronic and acute conditions

Woman relaxing after stress busting teatment
Woman relaxing after stress busting teatment
Woman relaxing after stress busting teatment
Benefits of CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy is effective for a wide range of medical conditions and injuries and is increasingly used as a preventative health measure.

It is able to improve the body’s natural resistance to disease and

complement the body’s natural healing process.

Migraines and headaches

Pain / tension

Lack of flexibility /  mobility / balance

Stress / anxiety / depression

Motor-coordination impairments

Infant and childhood disorders

Brain and spinal cord injuries

Digestive disorders

ME / Chronic fatigue

Parkinsons / nervous system disorders

Fibromyalgia / musculoskeletal disorders

Multiple Sclerosis

Bells Palsy

Dental disorders

Post-trumatic stress disorder

Orthopedic problems

Autism and ADHD related disorders

and many other conditions

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