What training and qualifications does a Craniosacral therapist need?

Craniosacral therapists are not regulated in the UK, this means that there are currently no laws with regards to what kind of training someone must have in order to call themselves a Craniosacral therapist. When searching for a practitioner it is always reassuring to know that they are qualified to a high level and working Read more about What training and qualifications does a Craniosacral therapist need?[…]

Craniosacral therapy and Cranial osteopathy are the same

Though there is a large amount of overlap between the two professions, they are not the same. Cranial osteopathy is a specialist area of osteopathy that concentrates on the minute movements of the cranial bones . These bones in the head are surrounded by cerebrospinal fluid that protects the brain, surrounding tissues and the spinal Read more about Craniosacral therapy and Cranial osteopathy are the same[…]

How many sessions will I need & how much will it cost?

This depends entirely on what you are being treated for. Minor injuries could reap the benefits from 2 – 6 sessions where as a longer standing more severe injury or disease will take longer to treat. This is something which you can discuss with your therapist in your initial consultation as is the cost. Cost Read more about How many sessions will I need & how much will it cost?[…]

History of Craniosacral Therapy

During the early 1900s American osteopath Dr William Sutherland discovered intrinsic movements of the bones in the head. Further observations revealed a variety of different rhythms which along with the intrinsic movements, Sutherland considered to be a direct expression of health which offered a way of working with the physical as well as the more Read more about History of Craniosacral Therapy[…]