” Do you know that our soul is composed of harmony?” Leonardo da Vinci
What is Craniosacral therapy?
Hands on treatments are now restarting and I am still available online.
In person sessions are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at St Margaret’s House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh, Studio 6.11. Should you not find a suitable time in the schedule, please contact me.
Online I work by bringing craniosacraltherapy skills to the session.
We start with a meditation or grounding technique/s, and we listen to the body in a fluid way, becoming familiar with coming into present moment, through a series of different pathways. At times using breath, meditation, or sound or movement . Continuing support for regular clients is available.
£50 per session . £160 when you book four sessions .
Babies and children: £35
Where: Zoom, or St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh
What to expect from a Craniosacral therapy session.
Session length may vary between 30 minutes and an hour. On your first session, we will go through a case history/consultation form. That might take anything from 10 minutes to half an hour. I do not charge for the extra time, but bear in mind the first session I prefer to leave a longer time for us to meet.
The approach is based on what can be described as a profound listening from the practitioner of the Client’s system. The practitioner follows patterns which appear to be restricting the Client and assists the body’s innate healing capacity to get well and let go of different types of limitations. The Client is fully clothed. It is extremely gentle and deeply relaxing.
The number of sessions may vary depending on each individual and condition. Some patterns may be more superficial, others deeper.
Throughout the session one may choose to talk, or be silent.
Sensations that may be felt can be warmth, tingling, spaciousness, connections throughout the body, a sense of deepening and quietness. The effects can last longer than the session.
It is a gentle therapy that can be used for all age groups from new-born to elderly.
I received CST for many years before deciding to become a therapist. In my case, after the initial choice for curiosity, I continued as part of my own learning journey about the self, healing and my place in our Community.
I am a member of CSTA and studied at CCST in London for my diploma.