CranioSacral work is a light, hands on, therapy that enables you to heal at the source of your problem. By complementing the body's natural healing processes, CranioSacral work acts as a preventive health measure and is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.
Bronwen has successfully treated:
Headaches / Migraines
Chronic Jaw Tension
Pain in the Spine, Neck and Joints
Trauma (Car Accidents/ Birth Trauma/ Emotional Trauma)
Life Transition Trauma
Issues relating to Pregnancy
CranioSacral is gentle, effective and non-invasive and therefore good for all ages. Sessions are fully clothed.
$175 Initial Consultation, 90 mins
$130 single session, 60 mins
$150 single session, 75 mins
$175 single session, 90 mins
The CranioSacral system consists of the bones in your head (cranium), the sacrum bone (at the base of the spine) the spinal cord, membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord. CranioSacral therapy focuses on optimizing the position, fluid movement ('wave') and energy (piezolelectric charge and chi) of these parts of the CranioSacral system, allowing it to flow freely through the head, spine and pelvis (although not limited to those areas) and unwind pain or restrictions in the body. As the body’s healing potential is reawakened, insights into what is troubling you and what is needed to regain balance typically arise.
Craniosacral Work evolved from Cranial Osteopathy, a specialization of the osteopathic profession that was introduced to the world in the 1930s by an American osteopath and visionary, William Garner Sutherland, after his mentorship with Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, who is considered the father of osteopathy and osteopathic medicine. I studied with Scottish Osteopath, Hugh Milne, in the lineage of Dr. Robert Fulford, a protégé of Dr. Sutherland. Hugh Milne is the creator of Visionary CranioSacral Work, international teacher and author of three books.