Are you tired, overwhelmed or holding tension? Finding it hard to stop or feeling the pace of life is pulling you apart? Craniosacral Therapy (CST) helps us get back in sync by settling our nervous system.

Stemming from Osteopathy, this whole-hearted approach suits all age-groups and supports a wide range of physical and emotional conditions.  


My aim is to help you experience renewed vitality, joy and ease.

WORK WITH SARA

Reconnect to your calm  Reclaim your spark with Craniosacral Therapy • Vitality – Self Compassion

PRENATAL , PREGNANCY & BIRTH

Whether hoping to conceive naturally or with assistance, alone or with a partner, calming the nervous system is key. 

BABIES & PARENTS

How we are first welcomed, has a huge impact on our self-esteem, capacity to learn and build relationships.

ADULT SESSIONS

Craniosacral therapy is ideal for all stages of life. Treatments can be used as a health maintenance programme or to benefit acute conditions. 

A SHORT VIDEO INTRODUCTION

BLOG AND NEWS

An adult hand holds a baby hand. Connection with your baby from early pregnancy is important.
It is never too early to connect with our little ones. They feel all we feel as they grow and develop in pregnancy. It is natures way to prepare them for the world. We are in the most intimate relationship way before we can see or hold them.  When parents discover how conscious babies are from conception onwards, […]
pregnancy, birth and pain relief can all be influenced by our own experience as babies
Is our own birth influencing our attitude to pain relief in pregnancy? When I work with mums to be or those trying to conceive I take time to explore their own birth story.  Our own entrance into the world can leave lasting impressions that set a tone or mood around birth. Do we have an inherent […]
When women come to see me post-natally for birth recovery sessions or to settle their baby, they often speak about how they felt out of control. “It all happened so quickly”, “ I felt afraid and had no choice but to do what I was told.” Common stressors include being left alone for periods of time, not […]