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The Breath of Life
Craniosacral therapy has
developed out of the wonderful insights of William
Sutherland into the subtle tidal motion present in the body
and their organising force, which he called the Breath of
The craniosacral therapist tunes in to the quality of these
motions and senses where there is freedom and where there
is inertia, where this Breath of Life is expressed and
where it is compressed. Then there is an invitation to
settle into a state of spaciousness and stillness in which
health can be restored.
it good for?
Craniosacral therapy is effective in treating both physical
and emotional pain, and in the relief of those trauma
patterns that can disable our health. But it also good for
meditation and other growth practices because it aids in
developing mindful awareness of subtle sensation in the
Notting Hill : West London Buddhist Centre
Monday 4 - 7
Tuesday 2 - 7
Thursday 2 - 7
e-mail (via Contact Me
phone : 07973 309623
Appointments are for 50 minutes and cost £50.
24 hrs notice of cancellation, please.
Some concessions available.