Cost of treatments
Please contact Neil for more information.
Treatments are available in Exmouth and Exeter.
What happens in a Craniosacral Therapy session?
In a craniosacral therapy session, the treatment can be carried out through the patient's clothing. You will normally lie on a treatment table. You may experience a sense of pleasant relaxation as the therapy is working.
Many clients say they feel a state of deep relaxation and find that, in time, the treatments leave them physically and emotionally stronger.
Please contact Neil for more information or to book an appointment.
What kind of ailments can be treated with Craniosacral Therapy?
The therapy can be used to help with a wide range of problems. These include:
Neck and shoulder pain
General muscular and joint pain
Problems following accidents or injury
Craniosacral therapy can be used to treat many of the musculo-skeletal problems that would normally be treated by deep massage or manipulation but in a gentler way, giving long lasting results.
What is Remedial Massage?
Remedial massage is used to treat muscular and joint related problems. It is different from “holistic” or general massage because it is aimed at treating specific physical problems and is direct and precise. Massage used in this way can be an effective way of treating pain, stiffness and poor mobility. It can help to bring about lasting improvement to many physical problems.
What Can Remedial Massage Help?
Remedial massage can be used to help with a wide range of conditions including:
It can be used to help recovery from injuries. It can also help with longstanding complaints such as some forms of arthritis. Treatments are generally found to be relaxing and pain free. Remedial massage can be used effectively to treat young and old.
Craniosacral Therapy, Sport and Remedial Massage
Neil is a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association. Before training in Cranioscral Therapy he trained in Sports and Remedial Massage, taking a special interest in treating people with muscular and joint pain. He is still able to offer massage and sports therapy treatments when required.
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