Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Doing has become our way of being. Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, (BCST) gives us the opportunity to stop doing and rediscover ease in our bodies. The work consists of a gentle, hands-on treatment for the whole body.  The client rests fully clothed on a massage table while the practitioner uses perceptual skills to explore the nature of the person’s complaint.  Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapists are trained to listen to the client’s words as well as to observe specific physiological changes that indicate how well this person’s nervous system is working.  BCST sessions often begin by asking the client, “Tell me what is going well in your life.”

Regardless of the symptoms the person may describe, they do not define the client. An underlying well being supports the healing process.  By entering a restful state, pain often diminishes and we can shift away from patterns of suffering to a sense of wholeness.

If you are feeling tired and irritable due to chronic illness or stress, a lighter touch like Craniosacral Therapy helps restore a sense of well being.  If you have suffered a physical trauma, a fall or a motor vehicle accident, the pain and discomfort that result can be alleviated by Craniosacral Therapy.  Medical research has documented the positive effects of touch on pregnant moms, the elderly, premature babies, people living with cancer, AIDS, and arthritis.


Education & Affiliations

Certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and Approved Teacher

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association, North America

Wellness Educator

Usui Reiki Master and Teacher

Meditation Teacher

Graduate  of The Wellness Institute

Licensed Massage Therapist, State of Ohio

Bachelor of Arts

Eastern Michigan University

Lorna's education includes advanced classes with Mike Boxhall, Franklyn Sills, Gary Peterson,

Roger Gilchrist, Ray Castellino and Anna Chitty, Elizabeth Hammond, Scott Zamurut.

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