Tag Archives: Craniosacral Therapy

Recovery from Anaesthetic: a craniosacral approach

The below blog post by Craniosacral Therapist Steve Lane describes the after effects of general anaesthetic in terms of returning to embodiment, and how craniosacral therapy can help if this process gets ‘stuck’. Often, the emotional impact of going through general … Continue reading

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Progress with practice…and patience

Update September 2011 I am now working at three different centres around Edinburgh.  This is an exciting time of development, as well as one that requires a lot of patience.  I have started to form a network in Edinburgh with … Continue reading

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Pregnancy and birth: a craniosacral approach

Craniosacral Therapy is a client-led therapy that offers the body a deep, healing stillness in which to resource or restore itself during pregnancy and after the birth of your baby. The rhythmic nature of our bodies, which are full of … Continue reading

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Trauma Healing: a craniosacral approach

 The steps recommended by this article on developmental trauma disorder are all things that can be supported and achieved by craniosacral therapy and are relevant to children and adults: 1. Establish sense of safety: craniosacral therapists work on the basis … Continue reading

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ADHD: a craniosacral approach

What are the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? Most sources agree that an adult ADD/ADHD diagnosis is based on relevant behavioural tendencies as a child (through retrospective questioning). Children or adults can have ADD or ADHD, although the official … Continue reading

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Craniosacral Therapy: psychotherapy for the body

Psychotherapy for the body? Well, that is one way to describe the effects of Craniosacral Therapy. Trauma therapist and psychologist Dr Susanne Babbel gives an excellent outline of how traumatic experiences and unprocessed emotions can lead to chronic pain. “PTSD and chronic pain … Continue reading

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The Power of Touch

 I like this article by Kellie Bartlett about how to deal with children’s challenging behaviour.  The growth and development of a child’s brain means that they are not able to rationalise and stay calm when they become overwhelmed by difficult … Continue reading

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