• The Role of The Therapist – Bristol Workshop

    A Joint Practice Workshop Saturday 17th June 2017, Horfield Quaker Meeting House, Bristol, BS7 8PD   Craniosacral Therapy uses stillness and deep, spacious listening to facilitate change. Listening to ourselves is also a fundamental part of the process. In the workshop we will explore the role of the therapist/ teacher through the use of led discussion

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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

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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

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  • What is Craniosacral Therapy?

          I have been doing a Foundation course in Psychotherapy this year and have therefore been reading a lot of psychotherapy texts and I came across the following description:   “Psychotherapy, as I define it, is the art of alleviating personal difficulties through the agency of words and a personal professional relationship”  

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