It is probably no different in South Africa.
There are various reasons for this, including the fact that it may be unaffordable.
Craniosacral therapy is a ‘whole’-person approach to healing and health, acknowledging that the mind, body, and spirit are intimately connected. It is a gentle, safe, drug-free method. It involves the practitioner “listening through the hands” (sounds a bit weird, but it’s true), using a soft touch, to identify places where there are energy blocks, imbalances and “stuckness” and then following the natural needs of the body, as directed by the patient’s own physiology. It is safe and drug free – a benefit which many people applaud.
Given that the craniosacral system includes structures of the central nervous system it’s no surprise that CST can have a positive impact on mood regulation, pain tolerance, stress and anxiety, depression and relaxation.
It can help you declutter your life physically and emotionally, take control of Your Wellbeing, so you feel better, rebalance your energies, find peace, build focus and tame stress and anxiety, for the long run.