Craniosacral Therapy Association of the United Kingdom

Craniosacral Therapy

Oonagh is a registered Craniosacral therapist based near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire offering a mobile treatment service. Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle treatment which was developed by American osteopath John E. Upledger, who was Professor of Biomechanics at Michigan State University from the work of Dr William Sutherland - the pioneer of cranial osteopathy.

The body has self-healing capabilities and is constantly striving for good health. Craniosacral Therapy can facilitate this natural propensity for balance and a feeling of wellbeing in the client. Craniosacral Therapy also recognises the interconnection between mind and body.

Craniosacral therapists work with the presence of subtle rhythmic motions that are expressed within the body (particularly the head, spine and pelvis). The free and balanced expression of these subtle motions is related to our state of health and vitality.

In a typical session the client will lie (or sometimes sit) clothed on a treatment couch. Oonagh will make contact by gently placing her hands on the body with a light touch to tune into the subtle motions taking place. This can evaluate if there are any imbalances within the body and use a range of non-invasive therapeutic skills to relax and thereby promote self-healing within the client.

Oonagh is based near Huntingdon and offers CST treatments in the surrounding areas.

See also: Craniosacral Therapy for horses

Oonagh Endersby, Huntingdon Therapist and registered Equine Body Worker