Common Questions

Esomatics is where you can access therapies to help you improve your well being. Below are answers to common questions. Please contact us should you have any further questions or would like to discuss how may be of help. You can be confident that with Esomatics you will be looked after by someone who:

  • is trained to professional standards.
  • is committed to CPD (Continuing professional Development).
  • adheres to CSTA Standards of practice and supervision.
  • is egistered and regulated by a professional body.
  • follows GDPR (General data protection regulations) Requirements.
  • is insured

What is Craniosacral Therapy (CST)

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle therapeutic touch therapy that in some cases can be a powerful way of working with the body’s fluctuation. The processes can include visualisations or vibrations as the body experiences potent sensations on the way to relaxation, regulation, or alignment of the nervous system. This gives the body the ability to balance, restore, and heal itself, as well as help, reduce stress, and build up positive underlying energy.

What is quantum field?

Craniosacral therapy deals with the smallest amount or fundamental unit of radiant energy in a system. The physics that deals with energy, movement, and force in the human body which is a receptacle and owner of our energy. This therapy works directly with the most basic energy of our body, our life force.

What to expect in the first session?

This is the most important session as I will get to know you. We will talk in a safe and comfortable environment about your needs and how we can ensure you enjoy your first experience of my practice. Following this, we will discuss your ongoing treatment plan and the follow-up appointment.

What exactly is treated by Craniosacral Therapy?

  • Tension release
  • Pain relief
  • Energy flow

Healing, alleviating a range of illness and dysfunction, including chronic pain, central nervous system disorders, head and neck pain, TMJ dysfunction, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, seizure disorders, hormonal imbalances, chronic sinusitis, and more improved functioning of the autonomic nervous system, enabling the body to respond more effectively to stress. Improved immune system function. Release of tissue and bone restrictions, improving mobility.

Is the treatment painful?

All movement means change, and the treatment process can be cathartic. Sometimes this may be new to you but is necessary for successful recovery.

How often do I need to see my therapist?

At the beginning, it is important that you commit to 1 or 2 weeks between treatment. As you progress, your recovery will require more time between appointments to get the most out of the healing process. How is the Treatment plan established? After your first treatment, I will analyse your medical history, your current circumstances, and then suggest 2-3 treatment plan options where you decide which therapy would most suit you.

Who can be treated by a Craniosacal Practitioner?

As each person is unique it depends on the nature of the problem, how long it has been in the system and the consistency of treatment. People usually start to see results in the 3rd session.

What are circadian rhythms?

Circadian rhythms are physical, mental, and behavioural changes that follow a daily 24hrs cycle. They respond primarily to light, temperature and time in an organism’s environment. Sleeping at night and being awake during the day is an example of a light-related circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythms are found in most living things, including animals, plants, and many tiny microbes. The study of circadian rhythms is called chronobiology.

What are biological clocks?

Biological clocks are an organism’s innate timing device. They’re composed of specific molecules (proteins) that interact in cells throughout the body. Biological clocks are found in nearly every tissue and organ. Researchers have identified similar genes in people, fruit flies, mice, fungi, and several other organisms that are responsible for making the clock’s components.

Are biological clocks the same thing as circadian rhythms?

No, but they are related. Circadian Rhythm affect Biological clocks and are unable to regulate their timing. Biological clocks are activated by the nervous system and the functionality of your body to balance performance while the circadian rhythm is activated by external factors such as light, temperature and time.

Who can be treated by a craniosacral Practitioner?

It is suitable for everyone, from newly-born babies to the elderly.