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Coming Home - The Art and Science of Stillness Touch Craniosacral Work

Posted by Jane Nunn

205 Days Ago


“You are more than you know” I remember someone who remains very dear to my heart, telling me this once. It immediately brought tears to my eyes for somehow, some part of me recognised a long buried truth in that. And perhaps, a 'long resisted' truth too. I believe it's true for everyone, that we are... [read more]

Craniosacral Therapy and how it can help

Posted by Maggie Godden

584 Days Ago


Craniosacral Therapy (CST) helps the client to become more body aware, allowing a greater sense of connection between the mind and body. Our bodies hold our memories, traumas and experiences at a cellular level. Sometimes we can be held back by our past experiences and our bodies can still be holding on to these. CST can... [read more]

Are your diaphragms impacting on your flow?

Posted by Ri Ferrier

777 Days Ago


This image of flowing water and bridges is a great visual portrayal of Craniosacral Therapy.  Each human body is unique, as each flowing river is unique.  Each human body has a flow that changes over the course of the seasons. A huge downpour of rain will cause a river to flow faster or burst its banks... [read more]

Resources and Overwhelm - in the cranial context

Posted by Cathryn Brooks

865 Days Ago


Resources are essential to health and healing. Resources can be defined as anything that supports health. All healing occurs in relationship to the amount of resources that we can bring to bear in a given situation and, as we begin to connect with a client as therapists, our first priority is often to establish someone’s ability... [read more]

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... [read more]

Most of us never fully relax

Posted by Ri Ferrier

879 Days Ago


Life is fast and the pace is getting faster - just watch a youngster on a computer and you'll start to see how much things have changed even in the last decade. One of the downsides of the 24/7 availability of work emails and pressures is that most of us never fully relax and charge... [read more]

Sleep and the importance of Craniosacral Fluid

Posted by Ri Ferrier

879 Days Ago


Did you know that one of the fundamental reasons for sleep is to help the brain to cleanse itself of harmful materials? Research has shown that brain cells shrink during sleep to open up the gaps between neurons and allow fluid to wash the brain clean. In effect, our brains use sleep to wash away the waste... [read more]

How to deal with dissociation

Posted by Ri Ferrier

956 Days Ago


The term dissociation describes a wide array of experiences from mild detachment from your immediate surroundings to more severe detachment from a specific physical and emotional experience. It can be a powerful conscious skill that we choose to do temporarily, but more often we will dissociate unconsciously and get caught there.... The major characteristic of dissociation involves... [read more]

We are breathed by the world around us

Posted by Ri Ferrier

956 Days Ago


Dr Sutherland discovered over a hundred years ago that our physiology expresses a subtle rhythmic motion: inhalation (a rising and widening) and exhalation (a settling and narrowing).  Not only does this happen inside the body, it happens outside us too. The world around us is also breathing - we are all within the ocean of primary... [read more]

The dance between space and containment

Posted by Ri Ferrier

956 Days Ago


One of the areas in biodynamic craniosacral therapy that intrigues me is the dance between space and containment. We find space and containment within our very physiology, our body - i.e. the pelvic, abdominal, thoracic and cranial cavities as spaces and the membranes/diaphragms as containers. Space and containment is also mirrored in both our emotional and spiritual... [read more]


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