Fascia

<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus Fascia is a connective tissue which forms a continuous sheath throughout the body from the top of the head to the soles of the feet. It envelops every organ, nerve, blood vessel, muscle and indeed every structure throughout the body. The significance of this shows up when the body… Continue reading Fascia

Embryonic Development

This first video shows the development of the embryo. You may find it helpful to pause the video and  use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to advance the video one frame at a time. [qt:http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/embryomorph.qt 480 240] This video shows a fetus. You may find it helpful to pause the video… Continue reading Embryonic Development

Al Pelowski – He was the best of us.

Today I lost a dear friend and college. Al Pelowski died this morning in Johannesburg. If you know who Al was you will know the great hole his passing has left in the cranio sacral world, particularly in South Africa. Al was the main tutor in my cranio sacral training. That’s how I met him.  He was… Continue reading Al Pelowski – He was the best of us.

B1.19.0 – The Membrane System

<< 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 B1.19.0 – The Membrane System

B1.26.0 – The Ventricular System

<< 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 Visible… Continue reading B1.26.0 – The Ventricular System

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.