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Who Can Benefit

Craniosacral therapy based in East London (Bow/Hackney), North London and Central London. Specialising in tinnitus therapy, stress, trauma and anxiety. CST can help with many different conditions emotional and physical. Due to it’s gentle and non-invasive nature it is suitable for everyone from newborns to the elderly. Mothers and babies often come for problems associated with difficult or traumatic births.


who is Craniosacral therapy for?

Craniosacral Therapy is suitable for anyone, whatever their age or state, newborn babies to the elderly, whatever their condition – acute pain, chronic ill health, or simply maintaining wellbeing or wanting to find deep relaxation.

Some conditions Craniosacral Therapy can help with....

• Depression
• Stress
• Chronic fatigue
• Neck pain
• Anxiety
• Fibromyalgia
• Back pain
• Meningitis
• Immune issues
• Pain anywhere in body- explained or unexplained
• Emotional trauma
• Post-pregnancy (post-partum) difficulties
• Post-accident trauma and healing
• Sexual trauma
• Autism
• Tinnitus / Labyrinthitis
• Loneliness
• Sleep difficulties / insomnia
• Ear problems
• Hopelessness
• Eye problems
• Menstrual cramps
• TMJ disorders (temporomandibular joint)
• Fear
• Sinus problems
• Migraines
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Headaches
• Carpal tunnel syndrome

Simon Baker Craniosacral Therapy London

Some possible reasons people come for treatments are...
• To help connect mind with body
• Engaged in stressful and demanding careers
• Experiencing loss or grief
• Experiencing unexplained pain such as neck, back and shoulder tension
  and headaches
• Often feel anxious
• Post-traumatic stress
• Appreciative that body work can be used to help develop a personal
  mindfulness practice
• Want to connect with a sense of spirit
• Want to deepen self- and body- awareness
• Want to feel a sense of harmony and peace
• Want a feeling of letting go
• Want to feeling balanced
• Want to feel increased energy
• Babies and parents alike who have had traumatic births
• Babies or children with sleeping or feeding disorders
• Children with speech or behaviour issues