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About Biodynamic craniosacral therapist Ben Ash

I first experienced craniosacral therapy in 2002 as a practice client for a friend during her training. Something immediately clicked with me and it has been a central part of the way I have looked after myself ever since. When I experienced a health concern in 2013 I was able to experience for myself the depth and resourcefulness of craniosacral therapy, which over a period of sessions allowed for the stressed, fragmented and overwhelmed aspects of myself to have the space and presence to be acknowledged slowly and safely, and resolve at their own pace. 


Craniosacral therapy offers my clients the space to meet their unique embodied 'me-ness' in an open minded and non-judgmental environment, where stillness is sensed to underpin and centre the living dynamism that is the natural expression of the forces of health and of Being. I do not specialize in one area of the field, and have experience of working with a variety of presentations including trauma, post-natal mothers and babies, depression, stress and anxiety


I am a dedicated father to my 14-year-old daughter and have spent many delightful hours being with her over the years, including 'slinging' her for extended periods during her infancy and toddling years. She continues to both inspire me and teach me loads about my limits, for which I am grateful!


Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist  - BCST

Registered Craniosacral Therapist     - RCST

                    Anatomy and Physiology                      - APNT                   

From 2016 - 2020 was a tutor, teacher and teaching Clinic cordinator at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust practitioner trainings, and was a tutor on the Living Anatomy training in 2016.

Post Graduate training -

Working with Pregnant women, Mothers and Babies; Sarah Nestling and Pennel Lee

Cranial Nerves; Katherine Uklea

Healing Traumatic Stress: Helping Mind, Brain & Body To Let Go Of The Past; Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

Trauma and Healing: An Exploration of Mental Illness, Addiction and Disease; Dr. Gabor Maté

The Transformative Power Of Feeling Safe: A Master Class On The Polyvagal Theory; Dr. Stephen Porges

Voluntary work - I practiced Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy with The Disability Foundation, a charity providing low cost complimentary therapies to the disabled and their carers at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, and for Terrence Higgins trust at the SWISH project in Earls court.



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