Structural Integration for the Cranium & Bonework

Structural Integration for the Cranium is a very effective treatment.  You may expect large amounts of structural change.

Delightful  techniques such as the "Two handed torque" smooths out lumps, bumps, dents and distortions in the skull.  Other techniques can help straighten and correct misalignments of skull, jaw and nose.

Time is then spent to Integrate this throughout the body.

Treatment can be as part of a full Structural Integration session or over 2 stand alone treatments.

Structural Integration for the Cranium

Bonework

 There are two major areas of Bonework:-

Bone Change and Bone Rolling. 

Bone Change:

These techniques are designed to address shape and contour. Bone Change employs precisely placed manual pressure into the fascial elements of the bone. The chronic distortions left over from badly healed breaks in the bone, or scars in the bone, transform towards normal in moments. Results appear to be permanent.

Bone Rolling:

Accidents and injuries can disorganise the functional relationships between bones. Bones can get stuck together out of place causing chronic dysfunction. These bone- to-bone adhesions are at the level of the fascia of the periosteum. In Bone Rolling, deep manual pressure is precisely directed through the periosteal adhesion to release the stuck bones. The bones are now free to move, or "roll" into a better relationship within structure of the fascial web. Bone Rolling results in profound, lasting structural shifts.

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