Certified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist
Lucille Rayner is trained by Body Intelligence, an internationally renowned program in the field. She first began her journey in the holistic arts as a youth when she fell in love with essential oils, herbal medicine, nutrition and yoga. She has studied and worked in the natural health industry for over 10 years. She also spent time traveling, studying yoga, meditation and chi kung and is currently becoming certified as a teacher in these practices. Becoming certified as a craniosacral therapist was a natural evolution of her passion for supporting people on their own wellness journey. She continues to expand her personal practice as well as her knowledge base by working closely with mentors, and assisting instructors and students in Body Intelligence training programs . She is passionate about creating and holding a safe space, one where clients feel empowered to reconnect with their intrinsic health. BCST supports the body in remembering it’s innate intelligence and grand capacity to heal. She is devoted to helping build a relationship of trust in the health of her clients, allowing them to be the empowered leaders of their own experience.
BCST (Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy) is a hands on light touch therapy that works with the body’s natural rhythms of self regulation and healing. At the heart of craniosacral touch there is a state of being present. Biodynamics focuses on unfolding our innate health to reestablish a balance mentally, physically and emotionally. Through the neutral listening presence of the practitioner, healthy expression and reorganization of the bodies tissues and fluids are supported. BCST is effective and gentle in its influence balancing the central nervous system and supports all systems of the body from the core. Supportting and nurturing a felt-sense relationship with the wisdom that is the human physiology is a powerfully profound, yet gentle way to work with trauma. This creates a container for clients to come into a healthy resourced state.