Working with children

Occipital hold

Sacral-occipital hold

Frontal occipital hold

Welcome to the Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA-SA) This non-profit organisation serves you, the public, and its members, Cranosacral Therapy Therapists in Southern Africa and Mauritius. The mission of CSTA-SA is to preserve the integrity of Craniosacral Therapy in Southern Africa, create community, and maintain the highest professional standards for practitioners, teachers and students of Craniosacral Therapy. On this site you will learn more about Craniosacral Therapy, The South African Association, how to become a member if you are a CST Therapist, and how to locate a registered CST Therapist in your area.

PART 1 INTRODUCTORY WEEKEND TO CST – 10 and 11 June 2017 in Saxonwold

What is Craniosacral Therapy?

Craniosacral Therapy is a very gentle hands-on therapy which assists the body’s capacity for self-repair. It works directly on the central nervous system, helping every other system in the body to relax and self-regulate. You will usually lie on a treatment table while the therapist’s hands make a light contact. This gentle approach does not use manipulation.

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