Connection is why we're here. We are hardwired to connect with others. Brene Brown

WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY

 

WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY

 

Connection is why we're here. We are hardwired to connect with others. Brene Brown

WHY
CHUDOGRAPHY?
THE LEARNING CONTINUES

Hello, I'm Kiran. 

I originally trained as dancer and went into teaching from training. I loved working with aspiring dancers, I got to share my creativity by choreographing for technique classes and dance performances but after a few years I noticed the paperwork and admin of the job outweighed the pleasure of teaching and I started to feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious, which was not in my nature. I was thinking of a career change and after a profound Craniosacral Therapy session I found the courage, clarity and bravery and made the decision to leave teaching. Maybe I should become a Craniosacral Therapist!  I trained first in Sports Massage, I was asking people to stretch and was suggesting Yoga, so decided to train to become a Yoga teacher. I had practiced yoga throughout my dance training and knew it was the key to my continued wellbeing and physical fitness and recovery. The niggle of Craniosacral Therapy was always there and I finally took the plunge and trained at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust  in London. I continue to read research and train to further develop my quest to assist people in their physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

THE LEARNING CONTINUES
WHY
CHUDOGRAPHY?
THE LEARNING CONTINUES

Photo credit Dan Baugh

Hello, I'm Kiran. 

I originally trained as dancer and went into teaching from training. I loved working with aspiring dancers, I got to share my creativity by choreographing for technique classes and dance performances but after a few years I noticed the paperwork and admin of the job outweighed the pleasure of teaching and I started to feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious, which was not in my nature. I was thinking of a career change and after a profound Craniosacral Therapy session I found the courage, clarity and bravery and made the decision to leave teaching. Maybe I should become a Craniosacral Therapist!  I trained first in Sports Massage, I was asking people to stretch and was suggesting Yoga, so decided the train to become a Yoga teacher. I had practiced yoga throughout my dance training and knew it was the key to my continued wellbeing and physical fitness and recovery. The niggle of Craniosacral Therapy was always there and I finally took the plunge and trained at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust  in London. I continue to read research and train to further develop my quest to assist people in their physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

Photo credit Dan Baugh

WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY

 

Connection is why we're here. We are hardwired to connect with others. Brene Brown

THE LEARNING CONTINUES

Photo credit Dan Baugh