Sarah Morgan-Giles has been working with movement, bodywork and therapy since 1993 and is passionate about helping clients release physical and emotional trauma to access their inherent health. Facilitating and supporting this process can have a profound and lasting effect. Sarah qualified in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy in 2008, Dr Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing in 2014 and Dr Laurence Heller’s NARM training (NeuroAffective Relational Model) in 2018. By summer 2019, Sarah will have completed a 200 hour Scaravelli inspired Yoga Teacher Training with Dot Bowen’s Integrity School of Yoga. Full details of qualifications can be found here.
Sarah works with clients to help them access the health, balance and vitality which is inside all of us, but can become trapped in the body as a result of trauma. Working slowly and respectfully at a pace the client is comfortable with, they are able to release physical and emotional patterns and restrictions in their mind/body system. This can result in a return to physical and emotional equilibrium.
All the therapies offered can be used either in combination, or independently, to optimise the benefit for the client.
CPD is an important aspect of Sarah’s work and she regularly attends workshops and lectures to support and further her knowledge. Details can be found here.
Sarah is also involved with The Healing Hands Network, a charity working alongside Combat Stress, providing hands-on therapy for veterans and families with and affected by PTSD.
Sarah is a Registered Member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association (www.craniosacral.co.uk), The Somatic Experiencing Association UK (www.seauk.org.uk) and The Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute (https://traumahealing.org/) is fully insured with Balens and holds a current First Aid qualification.