“Life is Movement. The more life there is, the more flexibility there is.
The more fluid you are, the more you are alive.” ARNAUD DESJARDINS
(CST) An exceptionally gentle therapy that is suitable for babies, children, and the elderly, as well as adults and people in fragile or acutely painful conditions. Craniosacral Therapy can aid many conditions, raising vitality and improving the body’s capacity for self-repair.
Craniosacral Therapy is a non-invasive ‘hands on’ therapy working mainly around the head (cranium) and the base of the spine (sacrum). Sensitive hands engage with subtle movements of cerebrospinal fluid around the brain and spinal cord. Although contact is light, the effects can be profound and long lasting. Practitioners are trained to place their hands gently on areas of the body, listening to the rhythmic flow of the living system – the central nervous system, bones, fluids, and tissues. The body’s movement towards a deeper sense of natural equilibrium is encouraged and supported.
A gentle and non-invasive therapy involving gentle pressure points on the feet, which reflect different areas of the body.
Reflexology opens up energy pathways in the body, energising the physical, emotional and mental aspects. Reflexology helps detoxify and rebalance the body, enhancing the flow of energy, as well as creating a feeling of relaxation and well-being.
Katie has completed a post-graduate training in Maternity Reflexology through the International Federation of Reflexologists, under a practising NHS midwife and Renee Tanner – founder of the IFR and a world-renowned Reflexolgist. Katie has also completed numerous trainings in Craniosacral therapy working with pregnancy, mothers and babies through CTET and children and babies in practice I & II (2006/2007~) with Claire Dolby (Osteopath & Craniosacral Therapist) and Satya Shepherd (trained midwife & craniosacral therapist)
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