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Craniosacral therapy can provide relief from symptoms that occur when stress, injury or disease overwhelm the body’s ability for self-healing.

The therapy can be of great benefit to people in every stage of life and for a variety of health problems.

It is particularly effective at providing relief from acute and chronic issues. Some of the more common ones being headaches, neck and/or back pain, addiction, anxiety, multiple sclerosis, autism and the side effects of cancer treatment.

Craniosacral therapy can be used alone or as an integrative or complementary treatment alongside things such as medically prescribed treatments as well as physical therapy.

A session of craniosacral therapy takes one hour and starts with a short discussion of the client’s health history and any concerns that bring them. 

The client then lies fully clothed on a massage table with hands-on treatment taking about 40 minutes. Throughout the session the therapist dialogues with the client to support the treatment.

For more information or to book a session, contact me below

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About Therese Desorbay

Therese Desorbay

Therese is passionate about helping others learn more about their own health and encourages them to take an active role in helping themselves heal.  

With over 35 years experience in the health field, she is a nurse, craniosacral therapist and integrative baby therapist. She also has training in neuro-developmental delay and mindfulness. She brings to each treatment her experience, presence, empathy and deep listening skills.

Therese has practiced in a variety of cultural environments and treats in both English and French.

My Education

Integrative Baby Therapy
Conscious Embodiment Trainings
(Bristol, UK)

Craniosacral Therapy
College of Craniosacral Therapy
(London, UK)

Neurodevelopmental Delay Therapy
Institute of Neuro-Physiological Psychology
(Chester, UK)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
University of Wisconsin
(Madison, USA)