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Millie  Wood Swanepoel

The Cotswold Directory -march/April/May 2018 issue page 28 What is CranioSacral Therapy? Millie Wood Swanepoel RCST (Registered CranioSacral therapist) It is not “a sort of head massage” It is not just for mothers and babies but for everyone cradle to the grave. The way I work, I think of it as body psychotherapy.   Cranio works with the whole body, not necessarily... [read more]

Jane Nunn

“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]

Maggie Godden

Craniosacral Therapy and how it can help

Posted by Maggie Godden 1130 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]

Cathryn Brooks

Resources and Overwhelm - in the cranial context

Posted by Cathryn Brooks 1411 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]

Dorothea Leber

Earth energy healing In winter the Earth's life (part of that is expressed in plant and growth, just think about e.g.root vegetables which are sweet and more tasty in winter) draws inside the Earth, and for me, who works as a biodynamic gardener with the growth and as an Earth Energy Healer with the inside, it happens... [read more]