There are very few times during our busy lives at work, on the school run or socialising, that we have the opportunity to be still and give our bodies a platform to ‘speak’. Most of the time our body is talking and yet we very rarely find the time, or even know how to tune into what it’s trying to say.
This is where Craniosacral Therapy comes in. This non-invasive and gentle method addresses restrictions in the craniosacral system, which consists of the membranes and fluid surrounding and protecting the brain and spinal cord. The Craniosacral system has a rhythm that can be felt throughout the body. By making contact at selected points around the body it’s possible to release restrictions, enabling the body to rebalance and perform at its best.
Craniosacral therapy is beneficial for everyone. That’s right, it’s for both men and women of all ages. It’s no secret that men can be more neglectful of looking after their own health, perhaps because they don’t like to make a fuss. But far too often I have seen conditions deteriorate unnecessarily because of this. It’s important to pay attention to your wellbeing, give your body a platform to speak and the benefits will extend far beyond physical wellbeing.
One client reported: ‘My partner suggested I try Craniosacral Therapy and once I realised that I cannot be Superman, I decided to give it a go. I went in feeling low, overwhelmed and ever so slightly out of control. But I came out feeling empowered, with perspective and balance. Something which has been a huge benefit to my own wellbeing and the wellbeing of my family.’
If you are the type of person that is always on the go, listening to your body is one of the best steps you can take towards better balance and wellbeing.