NEW: Shiatsu and Craniosacral Therapy
INTRODUCTORY OFFER for Jun/Jul/Aug
25% discount for two sessions plus further discount for multiple sessions
Friday daytime and evening
Shiatsu and craniosacral therapy are highly effective
hands-on body therapies that help to alleviate pain, aid repair of injury,
release tension, improve health conditions, reduce
energy levels and enhance wellbeing overall.
Integrated Body Dynamics, 17 Ferme Park Road, London N4 4DS (off Stapleton Hall Road,
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Kate Allardyce Shiatsu and Craniosacral Therapist MRSS, BCST
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I highly recommend integrated body dynamics, I've been a customer for years and the therapists are amazing, particularly Jenny and Joy but all of them are great. You come out feeling fantastic, it's a great local business and everything is ver reasonsably priced. Te therapists genuinely care about you.
I went there once and they corrected a muscular problem I'd had for months. They gave me some general advice about posture etc too. I saw joy. I'd recommend.
Report on BBC website says that crania-sacral massage can lead to long term back problems. Can't do the link, will do it later.
@miss annie - did you mean this?There's no reliable evidence to support the effectiveness of craniosacral therapy. There is, however, evidence that it can cause more harm than good. Before you waste time and money on this pseudo-scientific bullshit, pick up a copy of Trick or Treatment.Joy, on the other hand, is a wonderful massage therapist. I had a fantastic deep tissue massage from her, and at no point did she try to force any quackery down my throat.
@rainbow_carnage: Err, that is not a link to a BBC website, and tells me nothing about the cranio-quackery under discussion. A pity.
Huh?The first is a link to a recent BBC story about the dangers of spine manipulation, which I thought miss annie was referring to in her comment.The second link is an abstract of a systematic review of craniosacral therapy. I don't have access to the full article from home, but if you're interested, I might be able to get it at work. Or you can read it yourself for the princely sum of $3.99. For the purpose of this discussion, though, the abstract is more than enough.The third link is to book by Simon Singh and Edzard Ernst about alternative therapies.
Apols, I missed the first link ... now I get it.
Thanks for pointing up the mistake so gently ... appreciated.
Just in case anyone is still in any doubt, the therapy referred to in the BBC link is Cervical Spine Manipulation, which involves rapid moves similar to a chiropractic treatment. It bears no relation whatsoever to Craniosacral therapy, which involves a very light touch and little to no manipulation at all.
Yes, it's important to be clear that craniosacral therapy isn't dangerous. Nonsense, yes. Dangerous, no.
I don't have a problem with a bit of nonsense that does no harm. Dangerous is a different matter.
@dont look now - I may have a few spare magic beans. For the right price, they are yours.
I'm sure I read an article about how dangerous beans are.....
Definitely. All that climbing of beanstalks can't be good, and providing a ladder for giants to climb down will surely cause all kinds of damage.
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