Cranio-sacral therapy was developed over a century ago in America by osteopaths who brought to light the 'primary respiration' that operates on the whole of the human body.
This primary respiration is essential for the wellbeing and health of the person.
In the biodynamic approach the body is seen as a functioning whole, the tissues, fluids and vital energies forming one interdependent mechanism as opposed to a group of seperatenesses.
In this whole an active intelligence guides the treatment process. This phenomenon is palpable to a well trained therapist and is encouraged to express itself to mobilize the body's own fulfillment of health.