Tara Silverthorn B.C.S.T Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy 

About Tara

Working with the body has been my passion and area of expertise for over a decade.  My training and experience in the field of dance and choreography, combined with my experience in Craniosacral Biodynamics, underpins my understanding of the body in all its richness and wisdom.

I take a patient-centered approach, committed to creating a safe, attentive and non-judgmental space where your needs as an individual can be heard and met.

I qualified as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist from the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust, under the tuition of Michael Kern, Katherine Ukleja, Tracy Evans and other inspiring tutors. I hold a Diploma in ‘Living Anatomy', fully accredited by the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists (APNT). 

I work with adults and elders, as well as pre and post-natal women. A particular specialism is Craniosacral Therapy for dancers.


What is Craniosacral Therapy & is it for me?

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle but profound healing modality that appreciates the body as a whole and intelligent system of function. It assists and supports the body's inherent capacity for self-repair and regeneration.

Craniosacral Therapy uses light and non-invasive touch. Craniosacral Therapists ‘listen’ with their hands to the motion of the craniosacral system, which provides deep insight into how our bodies are expressing health. Craniosacral Therapists help facilitate the conditions for processes of change to take place by working with our craniosacral system.


What is unique about Craniosacral Therapy is its ability to work with the source of symptoms on every level, whether mental, physical or emotional, and can therefore address a wide variety of conditions.


If your body has had to cope with illness, injury, shock or long-term stress, then its capacity for self-healing can become compromised. Commonly, Craniosacral Therapy can assist with issues such as:


·   Chronic fatigue

·   Back pain

·   Headaches and migraines

·   Joint pain


Craniosacral therapy can help the whole person to recover a sense of vitality and flow, allowing the body to subtly re-organise and re-balance towards its original state of health. Therefore, it can also be used to support overall health and wellbeing on an ongoing basis, helping to develop a sense of grounding and resilience throughout life’s challenges.


NB. Craniosacral Therapy is not intended as primary healthcare but to work alongside the relationship you have with your doctor.


If you have any questions about whether Craniosacral Therapy might be right for you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.







Southville Clinic

0117 963 2335 






1hr - £50


Special offer: Book 3 sessions for £140 (saving £10)



Professional Membership and Insurance


-     Registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association and adhere to their Code of Ethics and standards of practice.


-     First Aid at Work certificate.


-     Full Professional and Public Liability Insurance through Holistic Insurance Services.