BA (Hons) BSc LCHE RSHom RCST
Craniosacral Therapist and Homeopath
Raj offers a gentle but profound form of bodywork called Craniosacral therapy, supporting the body’s innate healing mechanism in releasing layers of shock, trauma and grief that can remain as memories in the body. She is trained to listen to the body with her hands and release areas of restriction in the bones, membranes and fascia from the cranium, down the spine to the sacrum, enhancing the flow of cerebrospinal fluid up and down the spinal cord. The effect is calming on the nervous system, enabling stress reduction, better sleep, improvement in migraines, headaches, tinnitus, back pain and anxiety to name a few.
Who is it for?
Craniosacral therapy is suitable for all ages as it is a gentle touch treatment.
Clients range from athletes with sports injuries to teenagers / adults with depression and PTSD.
Craniosacral therapy is an excellent complement to talk therapies.
Diploma in Craniosacral Therapy from the Centre for Craniosacral Therapy London.
1st class BSc in Homeopathy from Middlesex University.
Levels 1 and 2 in Distant Craniosacral Integration: distance healing.
Raj is also on the board of Trustees for the leading accrediting body charity: The CSTA (Craniosacral Therapy Association) and provides academic tutoring for students at the Centre for Homeopathic Education.
“Raj is hands down the best healer I have found. I had been doing talk therapy for many years to treat anxiety and PTSD before I found Raj…her treatments have truly changed my life.”
“Working with Raj has been an absolute game changer for me…Before my first session I had been taking pain killers every day for headaches. After just one CST session with Raj, I noticed the most amazing shift in my health and for the first time in over 2 months I no longer needed any pain killers.”
“…The level of touch is so gentle but puts me into such a deep level of relaxation where previously I was unable to switch off. Quite simply she is an extraordinary and gifted practitioner…”
“…I am so pleased I met Raj otherwise I would still be in a lot of pain and unable to deal with life.”