Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist (BCST) BSc RCST
As living beings we have a tremendous capacity to organise, maintain and heal ourselves but what happens when we become overloaded or things go wrong? What can we do to help ourselves and where do we go if we need help?
These questions, and an already ignited passion in the interrelationships between body, mind and soul, constantly inspire Gill. Early childhood experiences led Gill to embark on her own healing quest. She studied and obtained a BSc in Psychology and is qualified to practice Traditional Thai Massage. Yoga has been a key aspect of Gill’s life since 2001 and in 2015 she qualified as a yoga instructor and teaches yoga locally.
In 2005 she was diagnosed with a chronic joint condition which left her unable to practice Thai Massage due to its physical demands. In search of a non-invasive therapy for herself, Gill was drawn to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) because of the gentle approach it offers and its total respect for the innate intelligence and healing capacity within all of us.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is non-prescriptive; it simply supports and facilitates the body’s own healing processes to unfold in their own time and way. We forget that our body holds our entire history, including our pre-verbal experiences and it wants and needs to be heard too, especially if we are struggling. Gill experienced first-hand the potent and transformational qualities of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. She believes that Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy healed her heart in a way that no other therapy could and believes others are searching for a more holistic, less-authoritarian approach to health which acknowledges we are body, mind, heart and soul. She decided to train and qualify as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and now offers treatments.
Gill approaches her work with reverence. The respectful and simple act of carefully-negotiated, unconditional touch and connection with another human being, who is totally present for them, is hugely powerful and is needed now, more than ever. Recent enforced periods of isolation and physical disconnection have heightened our awareness of how important and life-changing touch is for us, in order for us to reconnect with ourselves. As we reconnect, we become more aware of our needs and how to get them met and we learn to create healthy boundaries.
Gill has a particular interest in the after-effects of trauma and the ongoing effects of chronic illness.
She undertakes CPD, supervision and regular Craniosacral Therapy sessions for herself.
Gill is a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association and abides by their Code of Conduct and Ethics.
|Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy||55 minutes||£45|
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