People come to Gilda with common human health concerns like lack of mobility, low energy, energy imbalance, stress and emotional strain. Sessions can result in pain relief, emotional ease, increased energy flow, and increased vitality.
“I am super happy to be growing in my practice! My clinic space is still on Oak Bay Ave. Come say hello!” – Gilda
Body work, workshops & health
Gilda is a registered biodynamic craniosacral therapist, body worker, facilitator and workshop provider in Victoria Canada.
Facilitation & workshops
Gilda has fifteen years of experience working with intergenerational groups as a facilitator and leader. She loves creating space for people to consider and undertake transformational change.
Biodynamic craniosacral therapy
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle form of body work that encourages self-repair, balance and ease. It is a whole body approach that is non-invasive and deeply relaxing. The therapist connects in with the underlying forces of health within the body that are always present, and facilitates a natural process of healing.
This therapy can support profound changes physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically. It assists the body’s natural healing processes, increasing physical vitality and well-being. It aids in pain relief and encourages the nervous system, organs and musculoskeletal system to balance and heal.
Gilda’s approach is client-led. This means that the individuals’ system sets the pace at which the work progresses in order to bring one back into a relationship with health.
I connect in with your best resource – your body. It’s been a part of you from the beginning. Paying attention to its wisdom allows you to start to reconnect with the health you already hold within.
I start with noticing patterns within your body – like how and where and when you hold and forget to let go. Once you engage with an old pattern in the present your body can let it go and come back into more healthy and easy movement.
I help you let go of the orientation to pain and discomfort and encourage each part of your body, even each cell, to orient to potency, or a resourced area, that moves with ease and feels good.
Gilda Shannon recently moved to Ottawa where she continues to practice BCST. If you’re in the area come and say hi. If you’re on the Island, we’d like to introduce you to Victoria Cadorin.
Victoria’s practice is open to all types of issues or concerns:
She works with pregnancy and post-partum, babies and children. Young adults and elders. Special needs children and adults with structural problems/pains (joints/bones) and/or nervous system regulation (anxiety/concentration), ASD (autism), down syndrome, ADHD, and others.
People with injuries: accidents, hits, falls, concussions, surgeries/surgical interventions (scars and recovery), sprains, broken bones, etc.
No injury is too old to be treated. Powerful treatment can be provided to help with childhood trauma and in-utero and birth experiences.
Victoria graduated from:
– Osteopathic training in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Centro de Estudios Osteopáticos de Buenos Aires: http://fofe.com.ar/
– Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy practitioner training, in Victoria, BC.
Body Intelligence: http://www.bodyintelligence.com/