What does a session look like

A BCST  practitioner will take a written case history, listening with care to the reasons for your visit. This part of the session is important, both for gathering information and to establish a mutual understanding. You will need to take your shoes off before you lie down on the practitioners table. The practitioner makes light contact with your feet, the base of your spine, your head and other areas, encouraging your body to relax and begin to make the changes it needs. Because the body functions as a whole, your practitioner may focus on areas other than where your symptoms occur.

After a session there is sometimes a short period of adjustment as part of the healing process, where you may become more aware of symptoms. Usually people report some improvements after one or two sessions. Some people find they benefit from regular treatment over an extended period of time and say that, as well as noticing improvement in their physical or emotional symptoms, they feel that they have more awareness of their own needs and strengths, and their quality of life has improved.