What to expect during your appointment
A CranioSacral Therapy (CST) treatment involves lying fully clothed with your shoes off, on a professional table. A practitioner will lightly place his/her hands on your head, back, chest, pelvis and feet or other places where they feel restrictions.
A regular CST session lasts 30, 45 or 60 minutes. The initial session takes 1.5 hours and includes a consultation and discussion before any treatment is performed. Often the following treatments are 60 minutes.
You will be asked to complete a client health form. The practitioner will ask you questions about your health and lifestyle to gain a better understanding of what may be affecting your health.
The practitioner will show you some useful activities you can do yourself. The practitioner will discuss your requirements at your appointment. They will also discuss how CST works and then they will perform the treatment.
During the treatment you will probably notice that you feel deeply relaxed and you may feel pulsating, tingling and hot or cold sensations. Many people fall asleep during the treatment.
After the session you may feel very relaxed or energized. You may notice the effects of your treatment straight away or over the next few days, or not. There may be an improvement in minor ailments first before noticing if CST is helping your main condition. The number of sessions required varies from person to person and the source of your condition.
Gill has an excellent track record. Specialists and Doctors are referring to Gill because many people have such a huge improvement within five treatments.
We recommend that you drink 6-8 glasses of water per day. Check out “Kangen Water in 20 minutes Demo” and get back to us about that (also recommended by Prof Shinya – developer of the Shinya method of colonoscpoy). We need a negative to help combine with free radicals.
CST is a drug-free treatment that may give relief from conditions that regular medicine cannot treat very well. CST is intended to complement and not replace your medical practitioner. Please consult your doctor if you have, or suspect you have, a serious health problem.