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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Somatic Movement

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

is a gentle, hands-on therapy, which assists the body’s ability to heal and self-repair. Through the attuned touch, which is light and gentle, a person’s system is both; calmed and energized, bringing about subtle and profound changes towards balance and rejuvenation.


Special emphasis is given to balancing the central nervous system. Few systems have such influence on the central nervous system as the Craniosacral System – the soft tissues and fluid that protect the brain and spinal cord. The therapy releases held tensions and restrictions within the cranial bones and membranes. Supporting increased Craniosacral flow, hormonal and neuromuscular balance throughout the body.


Every day we endure stresses and strains and the body absorbs them. Yet our system can only handle so much before we begin to tighten and potential dysfunctions arise. CST supports relaxation, releases congestion and resistances, and engages vitality and whole-body connection.

The simplicity is its beauty…

The practitioner evaluates with light and skilled touch, the internal environment of the client. The presence is warm and clear and the touch is gentle and still. This feels much like being “listened to”. In response, the body begins to listen to itself and natural adjustments from within the inherent health mechanisms can occur. Breath, fluids, and the subtle life force can express more freely. Enabling accumulated stress to resolve in the fluid-tissue field. Stillness within this process is seen as deeply resourceful. Enabling a sense of wholeness and connection versus parts.

Biodynamics orients to embryology and dynamic life forces that formed us, as these underly and sustain our health and renewal at any age.

BCST is known for being deeply resourceful, restoring vitality, a felt connection to the body, and the ability to rest and digest. The modality originates in Osteopathy. It offers a safe space to resolve held experiences, stress, and trauma symptoms that can come as early as from birth, without being re-stimulating or overwhelming. Treatments can be preventative or address specific conditions. As this is a gentle, nonmanipulative therapy, it’s suitable for all ages; from infants to adults and the elderly.

How you might benefit from sessions:

Clients often experience more resilience, energy, calmness, and mental clarity. After a series of treatments many clients notice an improvement in their symptoms, they experience greater vitality and a sense of well-being.


  • better overall health
  • reduction in pain
  • improved immunity
  • improved sleep
  • better digestion
  • feeling more energetic
  • feeling calmer and more relaxed
  • coping better with stress
  • improved bodyawareness
  • feeling more connected and aware

Conditions Addressed:

The list of conditions that may benefit from this therapy is long and comprehensive, as BCST acknowledges the whole person and that emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical health are all interconnected. Clients seek treatment for a range of symptoms including fatigue, pain, stress-related conditions, anxiety, and post-surgery treatments, as well as difficulties with sleep and digestive issues. Other clients are interested in improving general physical, mental and emotional well-being.

  • Nervous system imbalances
  • bodily tensions, constrictions, and pain
  • accidents, whiplash, falls,
  • post-surgery
  • jaw and TMJ issues
  • organ imbalances or digestive dysfunction
  • headache, migraine, eye conditions
  • fibromyalgia
  • mental and emotional imbalances (anxiety, depression, chronic stress,…)
  • Hyperactivity, high blood pressure
  •  birth experiences and patterns
  • Neuro-endocrine imbalances
  • Insomnia, sleep disorders, chronic fatigue
  • Structural and postural imbalances
  • joint pain, sprains / strains, stiffness
  • back- and shoulder pain
  • Going through major life transitions

How a session looks like:

The client lays fully clothed on a treatment table. The practitioner makes with light touch contact with your body and occasionally guides you to explore sensations. As you become more aware of resources and habitually held tensions and restrictions, your brain becomes conscious of them, it can then create change.


Relaxing is not a small thing ~ it is essential for life.                       

“Relaxation is what we need to do, to feel ourselves. The body struggles to feel itself when it is tense. Often relaxation is talked about as if it’s trivial, but it’s actually a movement towards homeostasis.”

~ Ged Sumner

The body is not a machine, rather a wonderfully, intricate interaction with everything around you, which is why it “knows” so much just in being. Eugene Gendlin

Somatic Movement

Polyvagal Somatic Movement 

The autonomic nervous system is at the heart of human experience. Get to know your nervous system and find balance in daily life and with somatic movement. Bringing awareness to little things that are on automatic, may it be in movement, dialogue or actions, supports lasting change for well being. Here you will find tools to move gradually out of survival modes and chronic tension into connection. Befriending your nervous system, increases the joy of life and creates healthy flexibility.





Continuum Movement 

Continuum is an invitation to explore and nurture our inherent fluidity. Our body is predominantly fluid (70 to 80%), like the earth. We re-invoke this life giving element through movement exploration, breath, sound vibration and inquiry.

A quality of deep rest, flow, playfulness and discovery beyond the familiar can be cultivated in this somatic practice. Discover the freedom of movement and vitality you once felt, before repetition of movement began to pattern our ways. 

In Continuum we develop interoception; the skill that helps to orient from within. The practice supports presence, sensation and authentic movement to arise. Flow and fluid movement can present as pulse, stillness, vibration, waves or spirals. Just like water moves and rivers meander. It reminds on our fluid origins and universal connectedness. A fluid body becomes a fluid mind, easily softening fragments into one whole, hydrating tissues and joints and inviting vibrant presence. This can be so restorative and wholesome in a demanding and fast paced life and world! Continuum ignites the joy to move and rest in the body.

Please contact me directly for further information of upcoming classes or individual sessions.



  • slow down and restore
  • calm the mind
  • balance your nervous system
  • generate energy
  • discover, play, explore
  • release chronic tension
  • enjoy the flow
  • increase sensitivity and orientation
  • improve sleep
  • deepen presence
  • attune to life 

The Body is the Foundation for Our Well-Being

In the beginning, we get to know the world through movement and touch, through sensation.

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