What is scar tissue remediation?

Scar tissue remediation is about minimising the impact of scars on the rest of the body and the nervous system.

It’s also about and how we feel about ourselves and embracing the new landscape of our body.

Through scar tissue remediation, people are often able to connect seemingly unrelated aches, pains, body irritations and symptoms.

What happens in a scar tissue remediation session?

Sessions are in a homely setting and can include:

  • conversation
  • witnessing
  • hands-on touch and manipulation
  • education about self-care

Often there is trauma around scars, both physically and of the mind. Expressing those and sharing the stories we have around our scars can be healing in itself. This is especially so when it is associated with our genitals, pelvis, belly and breasts.

Old scars are welcome

The key here is that scars that were made years, or even decades ago, can be transformed by scar tissue remediation with castor oil. One of my clients scars from childbirth was from a procedure 22 years ago, and a change in the tissues were evident in one session. You can read this clients testimonial here.

My Training

My training is founded in Ellen Heed’s work. Ellen is a pioneer in this field and provides educational training programmes covering the anatomical nature of scar tissue.

together with the use of castor oil through touch and and using castor oil packs. Using this knowledge and techniques, we can free up these scars and give ourselves the valuable self care we need.

Why castor oil?

Scar tissue is primarily collagen and elastin. Collagen is strong but not flexible, whereas elastin is flexible but not strong. Castor oil breaks down the collagen fibres and contains ricinoleic acid which is anti inflammatory.

My experience

I have worked on a range of scars which were a result of brain surgery, appendectomy, episiotomy or perineotomy, breast reductions and breast enlargements. Having recently had surgery on my foot, I also work on my own scars.

Examples of the types of scars that can benefit from scar tissue remediation

Scars created as a result of:

  • childbirth – caesarean, episiotomy, perineotomy
  • gender reassignment surgeries
  • radiation therapy
  • abdominal surgeries
  • breast enlargements and reductions
  • injuries, surgeries and trauma

Regardless of your gender, sexual preferences, relationship status you are welcome.

If this appeals to you, get in touch for a free 15 minute clarity call to discuss your first session by completing the