Other Fascial Therapies

In addition to myofascial release, we have trained in many other branches of fascial therapy and sometimes incorporate these into treatments, including:

Craniosacral Therapy

The Craniosacral system extends from the head to the base of the spine and consists of the brain and spinal cord and the soft tissues that surround them.

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a subtle, non-invasive technique believed to assist the body’s natural ability to heal itself by detecting and correcting imbalances in the craniosacral system.

Because these areas are connected with the other parts of the body via the nervous system, it is believed that gentle manipulation can help to release tension and reduce physical aches and pains, thereby improving acute and chronic conditions, reducing emotional stress and generally improving health, wellbeing and vitality.


Research has demonstrated that passive motion (ie relaxing and letting someone else move you) is important for stimulating the body’s own internal repair process in both acute pain injuries and chronic pain conditions.

Rebounding, is a subtle and rhythmic movement technique that is believed to trigger the body’s soft tissue repair mechanism. We tend to use harmonics in combination with other bodywork techniques.

Visceral Manipulation

The viscera are the internal organs of the body, such as the liver, kidneys, digestive tract, heart and lungs. Sometimes restrictions can form in the fascial tissue that surrounds and supports all internal organs. This can lead to dysfunction in the organ, which leads to referred pain patterns and other symptoms elsewhere in the body.

Visceral manipulation is a gentle manual therapy where the therapist feels for altered motion within the organs and uses myofascial techniques to release these restrictions and restores natural balance in the body.

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