Announcement regarding COVID 19 Shutdown Nov 5, 2020
Following the government announcement of a new national lockdown, I wanted to reassure you that I will continue to be open throughout.
Thankfully, the government announcement encouraged people to continue accessing necessary and routine healthcare.
During the first lockdown, it was appropriate for me to close the practice. We were not as informed as to the modes of transmission or measures that could be put in place to greatly reduce the risk of such transmission and I felt it was the right thing to do. On return to practice, I found that many people had struggled for a variety of reasons and were very relieved to be able to attend the practice with the measures that were put in place.
I feel the right thing to do now is to be available to assist people in being able to cope better with the added stresses and their effects in the current time.
With best wishes,
Caroline Laurence Craniosacral Therapy
Caroline Laurence is a highly experienced and successful craniosacral practitioner who has been in practice for over 25 years. Caroline offers Craniosacral Therapy (CST) from her home in Petworth in Sussex.
Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on approach that can help release tensions deep in the body, in order to support relief from pain and dysfunction. This non-invasive approach can enhance whole-body health, performance and a sense of well-being.
It has been found by many as effective for treatment of acute pain and trauma as well as long-term pain patterns and chronic conditions. This treatment can also support and aid dental and orthodontic work and can be beneficial in treating sporting injuries.
Craniosacral Therapy may help with a wide variety of health issues including:
Pregnancy, birth & new borns
Learning & behavioural challenges
Headaches & migraines
Caroline also works in close liaison with other practitioners in other modalities and has a chiropractor, physiotherapist, health kinesiologist and reflexologist working in her practice on a regular basis as well as a referral system with many other practitioners.
Post viral syndromes
- Chronic exhaustion
Jaw & TMJ problems
Animals seem to respond well too.