Are you ready for something
completely different?


Discover the freedom to
think and act in a new way

Listen to
your body

Release stress and tension and
rediscover your balance and vitality

What is your body saying to you?

Do you tighten your neck, do you feel tension in your abdomen, are your shoulders painful, do you grind your teeth, do you suffer from insomnia? Are you suffering from digestive disorders, persistent headaches or migraine, confused thinking, or postural problems?

These are all part of a range of the physical symptoms of stress, however caused.

I specialise in working with the physical effects of stress and anxiety. In addition both the Alexander Technique and Craniosacral Therapy are well known for their success in helping with posture and back pain.


You listen to your thoughts, now come and listen to your body.

Latest Posts

    • 14 APR 16
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    A Feminine Approach to Bodywork?

        A feminine approach to therapeutic bodywork has interested me since I took my first tentative steps along this path sometime in the mid 1990’s.  I noticed that in my field (Alexander Technique / Craniosacral Therapy) most of the practitioners are women and yet most of the courses and books on the subject are

    • 24 MAR 15
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    Where are your emotions?

    Emotions are visceral sensations, they live as much in our bellies as they do in our heads. Isn’t it ironic that we can all recognise the outward signs of emotions such as grief, depression, fear or anger in others, but find it hard to notice what is happening physically within ourselves.  If the physical shapes

    • 13 JAN 15
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    Happy New Year 2015

    Daska Hatton | Alexander Technique | Craniosacral Therapy
    • 08 OCT 14
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    Bodies Cannot Lie

        Trauma is primarily physiological, it’s something that happens to our bodies first, and then its effects spread to our mind, emotions, spirits. As we resolve our traumas we discover missing parts of our beings, those that make us feel whole and complete.  Peter Levine; Walking the tiger : Healing Trauma   What is interesting