Craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral therapy is a manual therapy. It is a part of osteopathy. The cerebrospinal fluid usually vibrates in a constant rhythm which is called the craniosacral pulse. If there are blockages the rhythm changes. During a craniosacral therapy the blockages are treated in the area of the head (cranium) and sacrum. The therapist works with gentle pull and compression with his hands.


Dorn therapy is a manual technique. The spine is palpated for blockages and these are gently released. It is used, for example, for spinal disc herniation, hip dysplasia, spondylosis, muscle tension and other complaints of the musculoskeletal system.