Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) is a gentle, non-invasive, fully clothed, hands-on technique. This holistic approach helps to reconnect the client’s body-mind-spirit to the spacious, coherent, and fluid state, bringing profound and long lasting healing. It is a whole-person approach to healing, where the interconnectedness of body, mind, heart, and spirit are deeply acknowledged.
BCST is recognized for its wide range of therapeutic benefits, for it can work effectively and sustainably with autonomic nervous system regulations, physiological or psycho-emotional symptom alleviation, as well as trauma resolution. It supports clients to come in touch with their intelligence of body and psyche, as the work assists their natural healing ability and capacity within to express its potential.
Among various craniosacral therapies, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy approaches the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational field in an integral way, assisting all these layers of our being to settle into the safety, calm, and spaciousness, where then the innate health can be remembered and restored by itself. The practitioner’s gentle palpation and awareness attune the most subtle yet basic life force and dynamism of the human creation which is expressed through the fluid system, moving through all the layers of our body. This fluid, with its very similar component to the amniotic fluid, carries the memory of our original blueprint—innate orientation and movement towards health and wholeness. The fluid and its energy has organic and cyclic motions, which are the expression of the blueprint, called “Breath of Life.” Therefore, the work’s intention is to enable the optimal environment and condition for this Breath of Life to be expressed to its fullest potential so that the healing can occur through the body’s intelligence, which extends to the cellular level.
The therapy is for people of all ages—newborn, child, to adult. Below are examples of the conditions which this modality can support:
– Stress and anxiety
– Bodily tension and pain
– Sleep difficulty
– Unresolved physical and emotional trauma
– Emotional overwhelm
– Major life transitions (moving, separating, becoming a parent, grieving, etc.)