B1.06.0 – Direct – Indirect Technique

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus HOW ARE RESTRICTIONS RELEASED? We use two approaches ✬ Indirect technique ✬ Direct technique It is through a combination of indirect and direct technique that restrictions can be assisted to release. INDIRECT TECHNIQUE Indirect technique requires the skill of being able to follow the body to the point of… Continue reading B1.06.0 – Direct – Indirect Technique

B1.8.0 – Fundementals of Cranio Sacral Treatment Approach

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus Every interaction that occurs between a cranio sacral therapist and the person you are treating follows the same general outline. ❍ Tuning in to yourself and then the patient Tuning in means being open to receive whatever the person’s system wants to reveal to you. Tuning in is making… Continue reading B1.8.0 – Fundementals of Cranio Sacral Treatment Approach

B1.7.0 – Intention

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus [FLOWPLAYER=http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/intention1.png|http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Intention1.flv,560,350] In the video above I go through the difference between Attention and Intention and how we use intention in craniosacral therapy. Here are some other aspects of intention to consider. We use intention to help restrictions release. Intention has the potential to sound almost mystical. Particularly when the… Continue reading B1.7.0 – Intention

B1.16.0 – Trauma Pattern Formation

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus You are in the fruit and veg department of the supermarket. You pull a bag from the roll provided. You are talking to your friend as you try to open the bag. You rub the end of the bag between your thumb and finger. After a couple of attempts… Continue reading B1.16.0 – Trauma Pattern Formation

B1.11.0 – The Cranio Sacral Sysytem overview.

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus *As with all anatomy I suggest you search for each new term on google then click on the ‘Images’ tab at the top of the page. Look at as many different pictures of each structure, from as many different angles as you can. Then look at it on the… Continue reading B1.11.0 – The Cranio Sacral Sysytem overview.

Australian Institute of Cranio Sacral Therapy Diploma Syllabus.

Below is the course syllabus from the Diploma of Cranio Sacral Therapy that I developed and taught at the Australian Institute of Cranio Sacral Therapy. The diploma was accredited with the government and was recognized as a tertiary level qualification. It will give you an idea of the areas covered and the level of training… Continue reading Australian Institute of Cranio Sacral Therapy Diploma Syllabus.

Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 19

+ What do I mean by Intention? – December 06 Hello, It turns out imaginary friends are good for kids.  Well not bad at any rate.  Apparently kids can use them as a practice ground for relationships. “There is an amount of control over a relationship with an imaginary friend that you don’t have with… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 19