Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy drops you into stillness where the mind goes calm and clear and the body processes any undigested life experience. Over a period of time you can expect deep tension to release from within your system and to discover a calm, peaceful interconnected feeling inside and around you.

What is Craniosacral Therapy?

A light hands-on contact tunes into gentle feelings of expansion and contraction in the core of your nervous system, which radiate out into every part of your body.

Craniosacral practice orients to this Primary Respiration via key contacts at the base of the cranium, and on the sacrum at the base of the spine – hence the name Craniosacral Therapy.

The cranial base and the sacrum access parts of the central nervous system that switch off the “fight or flight” stress response, and help drop you into a deep state of calm.

Craniosacral Therapy

Sometimes a sense of calm can build, dropping you into a still-point, and a deep experience of peace, leaving you feeling rested, clear and at ease. When this happens the mind goes still, tension in the body relaxes and more awareness takes root inside the body.

In this light, Craniosacral Therapy helps most conditions, including:

  1. Shock and trauma
  2. Chronic aches and pains
  3. All stress-related symptoms
  4. Mental, emotional & spiritual agitation
  5. Finding one’s space, boundaries, rights, freedom of expression

Julian has done post-graduate trainings in Shock and Trauma, the Neuroendocrine System, the Breath of Life, Working with Sexual Issues.

He has a lot of experience working with stress-related aches and pains in the body, visual, speech and auditory disturbance, digestive disorders, male identity issues, spiritual crisis, overwhelm, sexual dysfunction, numbness, depression, rage, bullying and tinnitus.

He works with great sensitivity and is skilled at embodying the mind and helping develop body-based awareness.

He has a broad mind and is comfortable working with people of all sexual orientations and religions. He has done a lot of work with babies, children and teen-agers. He enjoys being a father himself.

He was a tutor at the College of Craniosacral Therapy in London and is currently a Craniosacral Therapist Supervisor. He has been a full-time Craniosacral therapist since 2000.

To see him talking about Craniosacral therapy, watch this video:

To book a session:

The best way to set up an appointment is via email which you can find on the Contact page. Please indicate what times of day are good for you and he will respond with slots left in the diary.

Julian charges £70 per hour.

The first session lasts 1.5 hours and costs £110 and follow-ups last one hour and cost £70.

You can pay in cash, by cheque or card. However, please note that all card payments will incur a £2 surcharge.

Julian does not accept payments on-line for visits to his practice.

Please arrive at the time you agree to, as there is not a waiting room at his practice. Julian keeps spaces in between clients, but if you arrive early, there are many cafés and restaurants on his doorstep. The best coffee is at the Australian Café called “Beeny Green” along the canal by the West Way overpass.

Julian has a busy practice and often has a waiting list. So please if you need to cancel please can you give him 48 hours notice, to allow someone else to take the space.

NB If you cancel within 48 hours Julian will need to charge you for the missed session.

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