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Cranio-Sacral Therapy Is based on the work of Dr William Garner Sutherland who around 100 years ago developed an approach to Osteopathy known as “the Cranial Concept”. These original concepts have been refined and extended over the years to become the Cranio -Sacral Therapy of today.

Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy was developed by Franklin Sills who attended osteopathic college in England where an emphasis on manual medicine is still prevalent and the practices trace their roots more directly to the original philosophy of osteopathy.

Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy honors the original development of cranial osteopathy by William Garner Sutherland, D.O. and further refinements by some of Dr Sutherland’s students, such as Dr. Rollin Becker, and we would also acknowledge the important work of Dr. John Upledger in helping Cranio-Sacral Therapy become a widely established profession.

It is important also to acknowledge that Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy is a distinct practice that is different from both cranial osteopathy and from other approaches to Cranio-Sacral Therapy. Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy creates a high order of integration among various lines of wisdom in Cranio- Sacral Therapy practice.

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Our Therapist Karen Moore has been trained  by Roger Gilchrist, MA  from North America, there is an article we have posted below for you to read more about Roger Gilchrists’ method.



Diploma of Remedial Massage - Australian College of Natural Therapies – Sydney

Diploma of Advanced Complementary Therapies - City of Bath College UK
Biodynamic Cranio- Sacral Therapy - Level 1 – 7 ( Roger Gilchrist)
Applied Myofascial Release - Certificate level 1, 2, 3, and 4
Usui Reiki Certification
Australian Bush Flower Essences -Certificate Level 1,2, & 3,
Degree - Bachelor of Arts (Graphic Design)


Practising at this Centre since 2008.

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy


(By Roger Gilchrist, MA, RCST)


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This article focuses on a particular approach in craniosacral therapy (CST) called Craniosacral Biodynamics. We will explore how this is similar to and how it differs from other approaches to craniosacral therapy, as well as some of the unique features of the Biodynamic approach. 

In many ways, the Biodynamic approach is much closer to the osteopathic roots of craniosacral therapy in relation to skills and philosophy. Osteopathic practice has always stated it is both a science and a philosophy, and this is true in Craniosacral Biodynamics as well. It is useful to appreciate the history of “cranial osteopathy” that began with William G. Sutherland, DO, then extended through the work of Rollin Becker, DO, where we see the premises that are the foundation of Biodynamic work. Franklyn Sills has been a primary developer of Craniosacral Biodynamics, a field in which most practitioners are not osteopaths (although some are, and there is a parallel field called Biodynamic Osteopathy). In this way, many massage therapists and other bodywork professionals have begun to include Biodynamic CST in their practices.


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