Craniosacral Therapy for Mothers & Babies
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle healing therapy suitable for all ages, from birth through to adulthood.
Diana Letts is our craniosacral practitioner, here at Still Stable.
Diana is available on Tuesday afternoons and Fridays. To book a session with Diana, call 07857616794.
Sliding scale prices available, depending on circumstances, find out more on our Community page.
Read on for further detail about Craniosacral Therapy for Mothers & Babies…
For mothers and babies, craniosacral therapy can improve comfort throughout pregnancy, during motherhood and the early months of your baby’s life.
Pregnancy is a time of change, both physically and emotionally, and Craniosacral Therapy can help to address the effects of stress and external pressures, to enable you to embrace these deep emotional and physical changes from a resourced and supported place. Craniosacral Therapy can also help to reconcile internal and external awareness, which is helpful when your body and developing baby are going through change.
Mothers and babies often need support through the first few months of a baby’s life, to address any issues from the actual birth (physical and emotional), as well as coping with the adjustment to a new and deeply connected being-to-being relationship. Craniosacral Therapy provides a space for mother and baby to enjoy time together, experiencing stillness and getting to know their own, precious relational field.
Treatments are carried out fully clothed, while lying on a treatment couch and can be easily given to mothers and babies separately, or together. Craniosacral Therapy treats the person as a whole and the client’s own system (mother and baby) often chooses priorities for treatment. The basis for each treatment is that health is always available.
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Find out more about Craniosacral Therapy at Yoga Stable
Craniosacral Therapy is intended to complement your relationship with your medical practitioner/s and consultant/s. If you suspect you may have a health problem, please see your GP and never disregard or delay seeking medical advice. At Still Stable, your therapist will discuss your medical history during your first consultation.