Movement Vitamin

Much of my clinical work as a Craniosacral Therapist involves supporting clients to develop their skill in feeling safe, centred and grounded in their body. When this felt-sense of the body really starts lighting up, clients often find that their physical movement in day-to-day life improves and they have more energy and motivation to get moving by starting new exercise or movement practices or rekindling former passions like sport, dance or yoga. Movement feeds our ability to feel our bodies with huge physical and psychological benefits. With this in mind and as part of my own self care, I decided to do the 28 day Movement Vitamin course with GMB, here’s a summary of my experiences.

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Tinnitus and Craniosacral Therapy

Tinnitus affects between 10-20% of the population (1) and ranges from being mildly irritating and occasionally distracting to a constantly distressing and debilitating condition. This post discusses the role of stress in how we ‘hear’ Tinnitus and how approaches like Craniosacral Therapy may be able to help.

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Craniosacral Therapy and Recovery from Surgery and Anaesthetic

The disorientation experienced after surgery can be subtle, distressing and confusing and this is why I think it is so important for people to be supported and held through the process so that they can reestablish their sense of body and self in the present moment. Craniosacral Therapy helps the post-surgery haze to clear and is followed by a more grounded, fuller sense of the body and a clearer mind.

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