Pippa is a graduate of the College of Craniosacral Therapy in London and has been a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK since 2008. Before working in Godalming, she ran a successful practice in Whitstable, Kent.
Initially trained in the techniques of biospiritual focusing, Pippa naturally expanded her interest in listening to the inner wisdom of the body through the felt sense by studying craniosacral therapy.
Craniosacral therapy is well known for the treatment of babies but it is also suitable for a wide range of conditions in both young and old. Pippa has particular experience in working compassionately with individuals during stressful times in their lives. The quiet sensitive quality of craniosacral therapy brings stillness to the body and mind allowing both physical and emotional release and a restoration of balance and vitality.
Having benefitted personally from craniosacral therapy Pippa has a great understanding of the work and now feels privileged to be able to help others through this gentle but profound therapy.
Pippa has a background in medical education in the NHS and is a founder director of a charity which supports medical education. Alongside her therapy practice, she has an interest in end of life care and works for a Hospice supporting an international training programme in palliative care
“We have just returned from the hospital and they were astonished about how much William could move his neck now and have now discharged him. I can’t thank you enough. You truly have worked your magic, thank you from the bottom of my heart x. You have truly done an amazing job for us”
A client named Kerrie-Ann brought her 4 month old baby to Pippa with torticolllis.
“We have just returned from the hospital and they were astonished about how much William could move his neck now and have now discharged him. I can’t thank you enough. You truly have worked your magic, thank you from the bottom of my heart x”