Loading…
Scapa Fest 2019 has ended
avatar for Sue Watson

Sue Watson

Passionate about the possibility of a different way of working, Sue combines the experience of many years of observing and understanding how people move as a physiotherapist with the perceptual skills of craniosacral therapy. It’s a magical combination that sent her on a journey of discovery – what can happen when you work with people doing what they love doing? Offering a sense of what could be possible if you are able to ‘let go here or there’, or ‘increase awareness here or there’ through having ‘hands on’ during your practice – more than an adjustment of posture, for a little long than the teacher has time for – just long enough for you to really notice, really feel, really be with your experience. And what happens when we change the environment – therapy with the environment in mind… Sue’s expertise lies in having a in depth understanding of anatomy and movement, of how sensory integration and our life experiences – including persisting stress - affect our behaviours and movement patterns and many years experiencing the uniqueness of many individuals. Every body is different - this is important - providing an ever-expanding repertoire of experience and richness that will benefit the next person. Sue works very intuitively with a highly developed sensory awareness allows her to ‘listen’ through touch allowing the source of the problem to be ‘heard’, rather than the focus being on the problem. Travel, adventure, running, climbing, biking, children, deep relationships and gardening are among the sources of her inspiration and nourishment. Sue is a Chartered Physiotherapist registered with the HCPC, qualified in craniosacral therapy with the Upledger Institute to Certificate level (2007), and has a Diploma in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy with Body Intelligence (2017).

My Instructors Sessions

Saturday, May 4
 

2:30pm