Craniosacral Therapy and Osteopathy in Vermont

Cynthia Beyersdorff


Samuel Hahnemann is the founder of Homeopathy. He was a German physician who lived from 1755 until 1843. Hahnemann’s greatest discovery was that you can help heal the symptoms of an ill person by treating with micro-doses of a plant or mineral that which would otherwise cause these same symptoms if this plant or mineral were to be imbibed by a healthy person. This therapeutic principle is known as “similia similibus curentur” which means “like cures like”. Some of the most well-known homeopathic remedies are Arnica, Phosphor, Sepia, Thuja, Silicea, Apis, Ledum, Aconitum, Belladonna, Sulphur, Nux vomica, Arsenicum album, Lycopodium etc.

Although Cynthia Beyersdorff's therapeutic focus is Craniosacral Therapy and Biodynamic Osteopathy, the expectation of her patients to assist and educate them homeopathically as well as osteopathically, led Cynthia to embark on an educational journey to qualify herself in the field of Homeopathy.

In 2012 Cynthia Beyersdorff completed a two-year training program in Homeopathy at the Institute of Naturopathy in Munich, Germany. This training taught her the power of homeopathic remedies. Cynthia is happy to share her knowledge of Homeopathy and homeopathic remedies with all patients who walk through her door in Chelsea, Vermont. Homeopathy is available over-the-counter in the U.S. and is a wonderful complement to most healthcare regimens.

Zoom and Skype consultations are available.

Disclaimer:  Cynthia Beyersdorff is not a physician and the relationship between Cynthia Beyersdorff and her clients is not of prescriber and patient, but as educator and client. It is fully the client’s choice whether or not to take advantage of the information Cynthia Beyersdorff presents. Homeopathy doesn’t “treat” an illness; it addresses the entire person as a matter of wholeness that is an educational and transformative process, not a medical one. Cynthia Beyersdorff believes that the advice and diagnosis of a physician is in order and must be adhered to.

“The highest ideal of cure is the
speedy, gentle and enduring
restoration of health by the
most trustworthy and least
harmful way.”

Dr. Samuel Hahnemann