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MIND BODY & EMOTIONS
The History of Craniosacral Therapy
What is CST ?
How does CST work ?
Craniosacral Therapy works with the underlying causes as well as the specific symptoms. Its gentle approaches is used to assist the body’s own potential to heal and release any restricted patterns held within the body's tissues. Craniosacral Therapy is truly a complementary treatment has it recognises the mental, emotional and physical levels in the human body, all form an integrated whole. The light touch of Craniosacral Therapy ‘listens’ to you! Then your body responds by beginning to listen to itself. Craniosacral therapy’s gentle approach can help with a wide range of conditions and situations due to its natural way of helping the body to rest and recover. It supports the body’s own natural ability to balance, restore and heal itself, as well as helping to reduce stress and build on underlying energy.
Dr Andrew Taylor Still
Dr Andrew Still MD, DO was the founder of osteopathy and osteopathic medicine. He was a physician and surgeon from the eighteen hundreds.
Dr William Sunderland
Dr William Sutherland graduated from The American College of Osteopathy in early 1900 with honors. He was the first person to claim to feel a rhythmic shape change in the bones of the cranium.
Dr John Upledger
In 1968 John attended a course at The Cranial Academy. During his life he devised Craniosacral Therapy and is the founder and president of uplegder institute International.