Craniosacral Therapy is a subtle yet profound and powerful hands-on technique, developed from osteopathy, which identifies pain and tensions held in the body.
It supports the body’s natural tendency to find health and optimum balance by relieving the body of these restrictions and allowing it to realign. Craniosacral Therapy can often effect structural change, but also has much wider implications, both physically and psychologically.
Craniosacral Therapists are trained to feel motions in the body which are more subtle than the heart beat and lung breathing that we are all familiar with.
Sarah trained with the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust (CTET) in London, and graduated in 2011. She is a highly experienced practitioner, running a busy practice in Kent, with clinics in both East and West Malling. Sarah also worked as a teacher at the CTET’s student clinic in Highbury and Islington for a number of years.
Sarah loves her work and treats people of all ages from newborn babies to the elderly, with a whole range of conditions, although she has a special interest in working with babies and children and people suffering the effects of trauma, anxiety, depression and stress.
She is a mother of two children and helps clients to find relief from pain and stress, both physical and emotional, thereby helping them move towards a healthier, happier, more empowered life.
Sarah is a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA) and works within their code of ethics.