Craniosacral Therapy Muswell Hill
Craniosacral Therapy Muswell Hill is a gentle non-invasive technique that uses a light touch making it suitable for everyone.
It is a unique therapy that looks for the health that exists in the body and works on promoting that health. The work takes place at a rate comfortable to you.
The hands may be placed in different locations on the body, for example; the head or sacrum, to listen for the craniosacral rhythm present in us all. It encourages a deep stillness which is comforting and relaxing allowing the body to let go of tensions and for changes to take place.
Re-balancing the system in this way has far reaching effects and works on physical, emotional and energetic levels bringing a sense of awareness to the individual with regard to their own body and their needs.
- Musculoskeletal issues including low back pain and neck tension
- Helps promote better sleep
- Hormone regulation
- Irregular periods / menopausal symptoms
- Anxiety and Stress
- Emotional stress
- Headaches and Migraines
- Digestion issues
Craniosacral Therapy is offered by Zoe Platt. To talk to Zoe call: 020 8883 4981, or email your name and number to email@example.com
Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle but potent way of working with the body using a light touch. It supports your body’s innate ability to balance, restore and heal itself as well as helping to reduce stress and build underlying energy. It is suitable for everyone, from newly-born babies to the elderly.
Craniosacral therapy is now extensively practised around the world and continues to develop in popularity for a wide range of people. It is a gentle but potent way of working with the body using light touch. People sometimes ask about the name “craniosacral therapy” and think it only refers to the head. In fact CST works with the whole person and changes may occur in body, mind and spirit during and after sessions.
When a practitioner places their hands lightly on you during a therapy session, they are using them to listen to you in much the same way that a counsellor might listen to your words. Your body responds to this sensitive touch by beginning to listen to itself. A feeling that you have been heard in the truest sense of the word is a common experience during and after a CST session.