Trying to feel certain in craniosacral work is like chasing a mirage in the desert. You see the shimmering osasis in the distance but it never gets any closer no matter how much you move towards it. The osasis of cranio sacral certainty is where you put your hands on someone’s body and it lights up like a Christmas… Continue reading Certainty – Cranio Sacral Wall No.1 and How To Pass Through It.
You’re working on Sally’s sacrum and you know you need to spend time on her neck, after all that’s why she came to see you – she can’t turn her head all the way to the right* – when is it ok for you to leave the sacrum and move on? *and yes, working on… Continue reading How to manage transitions during a craniosacral session
<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus The first video below is an example of using one elastic to help develop a sense for following another persons body in an abstract way. The key points to remember are: – One person closes their eyes and tries to follow the movements of the other person. Move slowly… Continue reading B1.5.0 – Elastics demo
<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus Following the Body is a skill that takes a lot of practice to get proficient at. It is like singing along to a song. It requires you to keep in time and in tune so that your singing harmonises with the music. The combination of the music and your… Continue reading Lesson B1.4.0 – Following Explained.
Hello and Welcome, My name is John Dalton. If you are reading this I am going to assume you are interested in learning to become a cranio sacral therapist and are wondering if it is the thing for you. In my working life I have been a carpenter, a cameraman, a scriptwriter, I have even… Continue reading Open Source Cranio Overview
The first thing to do is get clear on where you are heading. Is getting the written qualification important to you? If it is then you need to find the school you want to get qualified with and find out their details, costs, time scales, recognition of prior learning criteria and policy, and so on.… Continue reading How do I start to become a cranio sacral therapist?
Over the years I have been asked many questions by people by considering learning cranio sacral therapy. I include the most common below. If you don’t see your particular question below drop me an email and I will do my best to answer it for you. Can anyone learn to become a cranio sacral therapist? Is that 2… Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions About Cranio Sacral Training
A mentor is a cranio sacral therapist who is achieving the sort of results that you aspire to achieve. Having a mentor is crucial to ensuring that you get where you want to go in your cranio sacral training. As well as being a sounding board and support, your mentor may also be the therapist… Continue reading Mentors for cranio sacral therapy training
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Reframing is a technique that has developed out of Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP for short. It is based on the principle that a different perspective can unleash a lot of power. Have a look at this video to get an idea of how a different perspective can make a huge difference. You’ll get the… Continue reading Reframing