Craniosacral Therapy in Nottingham

How long will each session last and how many sessions will I need?

Craniosacral therapy sessions last an hour for the first appointment and 45 minutes for following appointments. The number of sessions you will need depends on the condition being treated. Initially I recommend sessions are weekly or fortnightly with a review at the third and sixth session. Usually patients will feel substantial benefits after 6 – 10 sessions.
Babies and children under12:  the first session is 45 minutes and further sessions are 30minutes. Babies and young children usually respond in 3 – 4 sessions.

What happens during a Craniosacral therapy session?

You will lie fully clothed comfortably on a treatment couch. The treatment is very relaxing and you will become aware of sensations in your body, these include warmth, tingling, waves of relaxation and subtle movements. As treatment progresses you can experience a deep relaxation and a sense of calm and stillness.
The therapist will be holding your head, spine (upper and lower) and feet during treatment. Craniosacral therapy is completely safe and non – invasive. It is led by the reactions from your body, so you will remain comfortable and in control. Babies and young children can be treated being held by a parent, and can be awake, being fed, asleep. The main criteria is that the session is lead by the baby / child’s needs.

Can Craniosacral Therapy help me?

Craniosacral therapy is suitable for people of all ages, from babies to the elderly. It is often beneficial for fragile or acutely painful conditions, as well as during pregnancy, post operatively, for accidents, shock or injuries. By raising vitality and supporting the body’s own self healing processes Craniosacral therapy may help almost any condition.
But you don’t have to be ill to benefit from Craniosacral therapy, the easing of life’s stresses, increased well being and vitality that treatments brings are welcome any time.

Please contact me if you want to personally discuss your condition to see if Craniosacral therapy will help