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Rebecca James

Our subtle sensory perception and how we resonate with our environments lead me to study anatomy. I am a painter and designer of interiors, an installation artist and curator. I graduated from my MFA at the Slade School of Art in 2011.  During the physical and emotional demands of making art works on a large scale I worked with a Pilates instructor and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. She introduced me to the healing potential in the field of cranial work. These strands converged and motivated me to study Living Anatomy and Craniosacral Therapy at CTET in London.My experience as an artist comes through in my intuitive capability to collaborate with each client in their process of integration and balance, providing safe and grounded witness for moments of intensity to playfulness and curiosity. In 2018 I did the Hoffman Process which, alongside CST, transformed my conception of the emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual dimensions of my self in daily life, in relationships and in client sessions. I love to paint, to make beautiful spaces, to dance and swim, to garden and cook, laugh and be together.

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Supporting clients to find ease, connection and trust in their bodies is one of the most enjoyable aspects of my work. Through a Bio Dynamic approach, sessions orient to the wholeness of each person, to the presence of their health, especially when they experience feeling compromise in their system. Working at a sensitive pace, my communication is tangible and thoughtful to assist clients in exploring what is present in their body.Patterns created in early development unfold throughout life. By bringing conscious awareness to this process we can deepen our compassion and appreciation for what we experience.Sessions are centred on light contact, gentle holding and deep listening. Craniosacral therapy is recommended to support the safe and appropriate release of physical and emotional trauma and chronic pain. It can benefit in the experience of insomnia, grief and dissociation. Sessions can address depression and anxiety as well as specific tissue groups in the case of injury and post-surgical healing. Clients often experience deep rest and describe feeling brighter and more open.


  • 2022 Certificate in working with Trauma and Protected States, graduate course with Sarah Nesling

  • 2020 Healing the Dark Side advanced course with Alberto Villoldo, The Four Winds Society

  • 2019 Certificate in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy Education Trust

  • 2018 Hoffman Process at Florence House

  • 2017 APNT Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology

  • 2017 Living Anatomy at Craniosacral Therapy Education Trust

  • 2011 MFA Slade School of Fine Art

Take A Step Towards Wellbeing

All Practitioners are available by appointment,

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