Craniosacral Therapy is a healing therapy with roots in osteopathy and is available to clients of 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…
Craniosacral Therapy is a client-led therapy that offers the body a deep, healing stillness in which to resource or restore itself, for example, during pregnancy, or after stressful life events. It is a gentle, light touch, healing therapy that has its roots in osteopathy.
The rhythmic nature of our bodies, which are full of fluid, is the basis for Craniosacral Therapy and how it works. The therapist will tune into the fluid motion of your body and help to support any changes needed to free up motion and space. The therapist will also work in connection with your nervous system, supporting it to relax and release any unwanted cycling energy.
Sometimes, it isn’t possible for all of life’s challenges to be processed as they happen, and this can mean that our bodies store unresolved experience, which can overload the body and mind, leaving us feeling depleted, overwhelmed, or even in pain.
Craniosacral Therapy can help with the processing and resolution of past traumatic experiences, from birth trauma to dealing with loss. These experiences are often deeply held in the body and can contribute to all kinds of physical and emotional symptoms.
Craniosacral Therapy can help you to feel more “at home” in your own body, to release stress and strain and to promote a deep feeling of well-being. The body’s natural healing processes are boosted during a session and issues such as sleep problems, pain and anxiety may start to be resolved.
Craniosacral therapists work on the basis that health is always available, enabling the healing process of each individual.
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.