Biodynamic craniosacral therapy
Biodynamic craniosacral therapy is a gentle, hands on holistic treatment for aches and pains, acute and chronic illnesses, and emotional and psychological disturbances. Or simply to help develop wellbeing, health and vitality. Performed on a massage table, the client is fully clothed and the practitioner touch is light and still.
This therapy supports the body to transition between different states within the nervous system. From a state of higher activation and stress to that of lower activation and relaxation. This transition from fight-flight mode to rest-digest mode is imperative for healing.
For example, when the body has had to cope with shock, long-term stress or illness, the natural state that promotes healing can become compromised. It is precisely this natural tendency which this holistic therapy helps restore: not only physically but emotionally and spiritually.
What to expect
Your session will begin with a discussion about your health needs in order to tailor the treatment to suit you. Each hour's session will include approximately 40 minutes hands on treatment along with consultation and post treatment feedback. You will remain fully clothed for the session so please wear something comfortable. It is a good idea to drink plenty of water and take it easy after a session as the effect of craniosacral therapy can be felt up to 48 hours after treatment. An hour's session costs £45, or 3 sessions booked together are £120.
“Craniosacral Therapy is one of the gentlest modalities that I have experienced, and Megan has a wonderful way of sensing tensions in the client. She brings deep relaxation and peace to enable the body/mind to correct itself to its proper alignment and function. The feeling of relaxation has stayed with me for some time after the treatment. Highly recommended!” Pete
"I found Megan to be a sensitive and intuitive practitioner. She held the space well making me feel safe, secure and very relaxed. I trust her innate skill as a therapist and highly recommend her." Victoria
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