Carolyn O’Neill CST-D, MCSS
Carolyn (Caro) began her training as a complementary therapist in 1996. Having established a successful practice in Mallorca, where she was living at the time, she then continued her training with the Upledger Institute UK. In 2002 Caro and her family returned to her birthplace on the Cornwall/Devon border where she continued to practice. Caro joined the Kensey Centre in 2002 and runs her own practice in Holsworthy.
Caro also teaches Introductory Workshops to anyone wishing to know more about CST. She is a mentor to students and runs regular Study Group days in Launceston for students and practising therapists. She is Director of Upledger Community Programmes, a Social Enterprise providing CranioSacral Therapy to specific communities and those who may otherwise be unable to afford treatment. She is a qualified member of the CranioSacral Society.
As part of her continuing professional development, Caro has embarked on a five year Masters Programme in Gestalt Psychotherapy which concludes in 2022.
To find out more about Caro visit: www.carolynoneillcst.co.uk
The Upledger Community Programmes: http://upledgerprogrammes.org.uk
Caro is available for appointments at the Kensey Centre on Tuesdays.
|Children & Babies||£45.00|
|Concessions||available on request and at practitioner’s discretion|
Appointments can be made with Caro on 07717 400152.
Liz Chudleigh CST-T, MCSS
Liz originally trained as an NNEB nursery nurse. In 2002, she qualified in Body Control Pilates training and still runs classes today. Whilst raising her young family she discovered the benefits of CranioSacral therapy for herself and her children and this prompted her to train with the Upledger Institute UK. In 2014 she qualified as a CranioSacral therapist and she is now working towards her diplomate qualification with the Institute. Liz is a qualified member of the CranioSacral Society. She is available for consultations at the Kensey Centre on Tuesdays.
|Children & Babies||£35.00|
Appointments can be made with Liz on 07717 155980.
To find out more about Liz visit https://www.lizchudleighcst.com/?fbclid=IwAR0feFp0qxWYWV0LSOrDyCLtVyNRKr7De5iv70JO0rqCnL-1eDZbUqjTw0k
Jo Bhatti CST-T.
Jo originally trained as a dancer in London. She and her family moved to Cornwall in 2007. It was in Cornwall that Jo first experienced CranioSacral Therapy as a patient. She found it so beneficial for treating her dance injuries and for her general well being (both physical and emotional) that in 2015 she started training to become an Upledger CranioSacral Therapist, completing the course in 2022. Jo is a member of the CranioSacral Society and is fully insured through Balens. She is available for consultations at the Kensey Centre on Thursdays.
|Children 7 years and above||£30.00|
Appointments can be made with Jo on 07958 767617.
Upledger CranioSacral Therapy
Check out this wonderful documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaJsUXpQIho
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a hands-on, light touch therapy that is gentle, non-invasive and usually subtle.
It evaluates and treats the craniosacral system – the bones, membranes & fluid surrounding the brain & spinal cord. Because of its close association with the nervous system it can have a profound effect on the whole body, both physically and emotionally. The practitioner’s intention is to listen to and trust the body’s knowledge of itself and what it needs in order to heal, with ‘no agenda’ for what needs to happen. Sometimes extraordinary and unexpected changes can occur!
What to expect from your visit
A typical Craniosacral Therapy session takes place in a quiet setting. You remain fully clothed as you relax on a comfortable treatment table. A session can last up to an hour or more. It can be used alone or integrated with other therapies. What you experience from a treatment is highly individual and can be different each time. Typically, people report feelings of warmth, softening or pulsing in the areas the therapist is working on and generally they feel deeply relaxed.
Upledger Institute (UK): www.upledger.co.uk
The CranioSacral Society: http://www.craniosacralsociety.co.uk