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    The latest in the wellness department, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy a gentle and subtle whole body approach, is meant to be a human experience which works on the core. Following a recent introduction talk with Simon Gosling, a practicing Biodynamic Cranio–sacral therapist for 17 years, Mirai Rao, his student and certified trainer, tells us that the hands-on therapy releases tensions, eases pain and encourages the body to balance and heal on its own. “We use touch as a way of communicating and listening. The focus is on exploring sensations and the nature of being in a body. The practitioner tunes into health rather than disease,” begins Rao, adding that they try to get you back to the original balance of health rather than treat a specific disease, making it a positive form of treatment.
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    “It is an empathetic therapy using palpation (touch), to feel the tissues and organs form the outside. Then we use perception to actually diagnose where the problem lies through intuition and sense,” says the health expert who is also a qualified yoga and spin instructor, with 200 case studies in BCST under her belt. “We help people with auto-immune diseases, muscular pain, sports injuries, allergies, sinusitis, digestive or sleep problems, migrains and even dental and eye-sight problems, in addition to depression,” she explains, emphasising that it is safe for pregnant women, children and even babies. “It calms the sympathetic nervous system and in even three sessions you’ll feel the difference.”
    If you’d like to be a practitioner, Gosling, who studied with Franklyn Sills, a pioneer in biodynamic craniosacral therapy, will be hosting a two-year course starting in 2016 in the city. Registrations are already open as there are only 50 spots available.
    Details: cranio
    sacral.co.nz
    — Aakanksha Devi

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