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What is craniosacral therapy? 

YOU are a UNIQUE individual.

Why not be TREATED as one!

Summer is here!

Associated with sun, warm weather and holidays. For some it’s a joyful and relaxing time. For others, life’s challenges go on. With feelings of pressure to be happy, the warmer weather doesn’t change your health condition, stress levels or pain – it may even exacerbate it.

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle non-invasive touch therapy that can create dynamic improvements in your health and life. It helps to relieve deep tensions in the body that may be causing pain or dysfunction and restricting your ability to live life to the full. Its aim is to improve the body’s ability to take better care of itself and to function at its optimum ability.

CST is such a gentle therapy; it can enhance the body’s natural healing ability in all ages ranging from newborns to the elderly.

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could support you in your unique totality?

Really listen to you and help you improve your general health or ease the pain?

 

Our body is a unique reflection of our life’s journey and experiences so it makes sense to receive treatment as a unique individual.

CST is not prescriptive in its approach. Each treatment is unique to the individual and the therapist supports and facilitates the body’s own natural system to repair and heal itself by gently placing their ‘listening hands’ on the body, evaluating restrictions in the tissues, anywhere from the cranium (head) to the sacrum (tail-bone). The therapist supports and facilitates the body’s own natural system to repair and heal creating new pathways and releases often not resolved by other means. During a typical session the client remains fully clothed, lying on a treatment couch.

CST works closely with the central nervous system of the body which has a huge influence over your health and few therapies have as much influence on your central nervous system as CST.

People seek treatment for many reasons including symptoms of stress, musculoskeletal pain, migraines and headaches, digestive issues, brain and spinal cord injuries, severe trauma, nervous disorders or for emotional support, to name but a few. The summer is only with us for a few months in the UK so it’s time to restore the health and integration of body, mind and spirit so that you can truly enjoy these warmer months.

Writers Details

Sue Edgington

Holistic Edge

holisticedge.co.uk

@holisticedge.original

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