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[…]

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[…]