Few systems have as much impact on the human body as the craniosacral system. It protects and nourishes the brain and spinal cord—and affects nearly every aspect of central nervous system performance. That’s why CST is so critical to your health care practice. Developed after years of university research and testing, it allows you to release fascial restrictions anywhere on the body that may be impinging the craniosacral system and every other system it interacts with. In this workshop you’ll learn gentle techniques to normalize the craniosacral system and allow the body to self-correct. By unraveling pain and dysfunction at the source, you’ll naturally help eliminate stress, strengthen resistance to disease, and enhance health in every dimension.
By the end of this 4-day workshop you should be able to:
Describe the scientific foundation and principles of CranioSacral Therapy—and why it’s the key to relieving pain and dysfunction at their source
Demonstrate finely tuned palpation skills you can rely on as highly sensitive and intuitive health care tools
Identify the subtle craniosacral rhythm and interpret its patterns to accurately evaluate dysfunction and improvements
Locate the source of physical problems by traveling through the fascial system, that complex web of tissue that impacts all body structures and systems
Release dural tube restrictions to enhance interactions between the central nervous system and the rest of the body
Use techniques that produce dramatic health and relaxation effects, including Direction of Energy and Still-Point Induction Work with approaches to a number of common ailments such as TMJ dysfunction, head and neck pain, central nervous system disorders and many more
Put a simple, effective 10-Step Protocol into practice right away
If you have never experienced CST for yourself, it is recommended, but not required, that you have a session prior to class. This will help you gain valuable insights into how the technique works and what its effects are on the body.
To find a CST practitioner in your area, go to www.iahp.com and Search for a Practitioner, or contact the Satellite/Sponsor in your country.