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About Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Posted by Ri Ferrier

879 Days Ago


Here are some key points to help you to understand more about this little known therapy: Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST).

  • BCST promotes healing energies and total wellbeing.
  • BCST helps a client to find a place of equilibrium and a calm sense of wellness.
  • The practitioner tunes into the primary respiration of the fluids in a client's body.
  • Our bodies have tide like motions.
  • Potency surges from our midline during inhalation (not respiratory breathing) and towards it during exhalation. 
  • There are different frequencies/tides that the practitioner tunes into.
  • Our Long Tide is totally stable and is a basic resource for each of us.
  • Craniosacral therapy allows trauma to resolve in the body through resourced ways.
  • The attuning skills of a practitioner help babies to feel listened to and begin to relax and let go of the trauma of birth.
  • BCST allows us to re-orient to our own blueprint, to our original health matrix.
  • It is the innate wisdom of our bodies that ultimately does the healing work; the practitioner holds the space for this to unfold.
  • When unresolved history heals, primary respiration and its tide-like motions may be expressed in a stronger and clearer way.
  • Following a session, energy returns to places that may have felt cold and numb.


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Ri Ferrier

Article written by Ri Ferrier - Tetbury

I am enthusiastic and passionate about making a difference in the world, especially in the lives of children and teenagers. Walking in a way of gentleness and beauty on the Earth is very important to me, and I absolutely love the gentle approach to well-being that is offered by Craniosacral therapy.... [read more]

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