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Craniosacral Therapy

CranioSacral therapy is a very gentle, hands-on therapy that works with the body’s own craniosacral rhythm, assisting the body to rebalance itself in a subtle way. As the craniosacral system affects the function of the entire body, working with and rebalancing the craniosacral system can have a profound effect on problems anywhere in the body, leading to significant improvements in both health and behaviour. When combined with Caroline’s ability as an Animal Communicator, the effects of a CranioSacral therapy session can be even more pronounced as she is able to tune in to your animal at a very deep level and to know exactly how and where to work with your animal for the best results.

CST takes approximately an hour for a dog or a horse, less for cats. $90 per animal (a discount may be given for multi animal households) plus travel charges. Contact Caroline for an exact quote.

Please note: if you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment please inform us at least 24 hours prior or a cancellation fee will be charged.

In August last year  my 13 year old dog Fonzie (Dobermann X Rottweiler) hurt his back jumping into the car. By the time I got him home he could barely walk and within an hour he was dragging himself around on his front legs-his back legs were completely paralyzed.  I took him to the vet and they prescribed anti- inflammatories  for him. By morning he was worse and had to be helped to toilet himself-he hated it. His hind legs and in particular his feet were ice cold to touch. Another call to the vet and they suggested I should consider having him put down if there was no improvement. After lots of phone calls and internet searching, a friend suggested Caroline Pope. She has been his guardian angel-we changed his diet and put him on natural supplements-combined with Craniosacral Therapy he has made all but a full recovery and is still improving. He is no longer on the anti-inflammatories and as a bonus his hearing and eyesight have also improved. He is now back walking every day and sleeping on the lounge-which he jumps onto, as well as occasionally jumping onto my bed at night.         Terri