Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy | How does it work?

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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy aims to provide a therapeutic environment where your relationship to the natural expression of health within your system is improved. Its the act of being present with your system that creates a safe space of healing between you and the therapist, just like most of us have been there for a friend or child holding them when they need support.

The calming affect that being held by someone has allows a person’s nervous system to transition from a sympathetic state (flight-flight mode) into a parasympathetic state which is the body’s natural state of repair, allowing for healing to happen.

A Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist is trained to still their own system and ‘listen’ with their hands, mainly holding scull and sacrum, to the internal rhythm of your cerebrospinal fluid and nervous system identifying patterns within tissues and fluids where tension is held. Once these patterns have revealed themselves, and been recognised, the body is able to self adjust and bring it self into a greater state of balance. The release of tension within often result in deep relaxation and most people come out of a treatment feeling very relaxed and rejuvenated.

The gentleness and non-invasive nature of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy makes it suitable for all incl. infants and pre/post natal women and may benefit a wide range of conditions such as neck/back/hip pain, stress, headaches, insomnia, depression, sciatica and digestive problems to name a few.

To find out more about how Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy can benefit you or your baby contact Gisela Andersson 0477 027 049.


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