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Who can benefit from Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy?

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George Mantchakidi
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Tuesday, 09 September 2014
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Monday, 08 September 2014
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Because of the gentle non-invasive nature of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST), there are few contraindications for treatment. Everyone can benefit and it can even be enjoyed by those too young, old, frail or ill for other more manual therapies. The improvement after a session may be more dramatic with some clients than with others. Because BCST builds health in the brain and nervous system, it is effective in assisting the prevention of chronic conditions, including the problems of aging, stiffness, dryness, memory loss, inflammation and immune imbalances.

In Addition, BCST can be useful in addressing injuries, including those to the bones and tissues. BCST is also an effective modality for exploring and resolving issues that occurred long ago including birth trauma. Birth trauma commonly affects one throughout life until it is addressed.

And how many of us have not had a head or tailbone injury from sports, falls, trauma or auto accidents? Even recovery from minor surgeries, including dental work, which can create strains and anaesthesia residues, can be supported by BCST. The beauty of the Biodynamic approach is that it strengthens our whole system and creates a safe environment, so that the body can gain new perspectives about unresolved issues, and the Biodynamic Craniosacral practitioner can facilitate a resolution. Our inner health is capable, when skilfully supported, of presenting the strains one at a time, in an order of priorities initiated by the body, in a way that does not overwhelm the system but makes it increasingly stronger. We do not need to remember or relive our traumas in order to benefit from their resolution.

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