Embodiment Therapy

20 Montgomery Street, Castlemaine – Phone 0400 166 704

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Gentle body therapy for emotional and physical wellbeing

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy

What is Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy?

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy (or BCST) is a gentle form of bodywork that uses light touch within a calm environment. It combines body awareness and therapeutic support.

Sessions in Castlemaine

I offer one hour sessions as well as 45-minute introductory sessions to help new clients try the therapy. An 8-session embodiment program is available for clients wishing to develop their body awareness in everyday life.

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Embodiment and therapy

Embodiment is a fascinating aspect of the mind-body relationship. It describes the fundamental way our experience is generated. Embodiment practices can help us to influence our experience by working with body feelings and sensations.

Biodynamic cranisosacral therapy can help to regulate your nervous system

People suffering from the effects of trauma, anxiety and stress can experience improved emotion regulation and deep relaxation from biodynamic craniosacral therapy.

This therapy  can also be particularly useful for chronic, systemic problems affecting the nervous or immune systems, as it supports the body to gradually heal itself.

BCST has a strong orientation towards finding the health rather than the disease in a person. It can have a profoundly resourcing effect on both the body and mind.

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Biodynamic craniosacral therapy is safe and calming

People often choose biodynamic craniosacral therapy because it can work safely with long held emotional and physical issues, while engendering feelings of peace, calm and connectedness.

The gentleness and subtlety of bcst can be a relief for those who are very sensitive and easily overwhelmed.

Learning to be with your own body and your own experience can build skills and resilience that extend into everyday life.


Biodynamic craniosacral therapy introductory session

An 45-minute introductory session helps new clients to get a sense of whether this therapy might be suitable for them

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy single session

Single one hour sessions are suitable for existing clients or new clients with prior experience of the therapy

Embodiment program

My embodiment program consists of 8 weekly sessions with an extra focus on developing embodiment skills for everyday life


Karin Lindgaard Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist

Dr Karin Lindgaard

Registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist

Doctor of Philosophy

Latest Articles

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The different types of craniosacral therapy​

Craniosacral therapy is a changing field. Clients often want to know what the difference is between the biodynamic style and other types of craniosacral therapy and cranial work.

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A brief history of biodynamic craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral therapy emerged within osteopathy. It was eventually taught to non-osteopaths. Master teachers then developed the biodynamic style.

A Safe Home After Trauma

A discussion of complex or developmental trauma, its long term effects and how bodywork can help. This article first appeared in the wellbeing magazine, The Art of Healing.

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