health, vitality and wellbeing
Tanja Råman RCST
In a typical treatment session, the patient lies, fully clothed, on a treatment table and the therapist gently places their hands on the patient, supporting certain areas of the body – notably the feet, lower back, neck and head.
The qualified therapist can engage with the subtle movements of the patient’s body that are present in the continuous flow of the patient’s cerebrospinal fluid and are indicative of aspects of their underlying health and emotional state.
The treatment process promotes an air of relaxation and stimulates the patient’s inherent ability to self-repair.
Cranio-sacral therapy focuses on promoting our underlying health and it has been known to help with a variety of symptoms and with many conditions.
What to expect from a treatment
“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
World Health Organization, 1948