“How can I feel more?” This is the question most people in cranial work ask themselves. The more we can feel the more effective we are. This dynamic seminar will help unlock the power of intention giving you access to deeper levels of tactile perception regardless of whether you are just starting out or have… Continue reading Super Intention- Cranio Sacral Therapy Seminar in South Africa
Great article by Sharon Desjarlais, in Massage Today about the common difficulties cranio sacral therapists have with charging money. She gives some good tips to help get around the problem. You can read the full article here.
August 06 -2006. Brisbane. As adults we are no longer physically held in the way we were as children. Full body release is a technique that holds us like a baby. A team of cranio sacral therapists tune into a patient and literally pick them up as they provide complete support for their system. When… Continue reading Full Body Release Postgraduate Workshop
There’s a lot more to cranio sacral practice than vault holds and energy cysts. The reality of helping people who are sick and in pain can be very challenging and confronting. Cranio sacral therapy can be lonely isolated work with a big space to have your confidence dwindle. Do any of the following sound familiar? In your practice… Continue reading Craniosacral Therapy Masterclass Series
I think it’s important to meet up with other therapists whenever possible. There is always an interesting interchange of ideas and approaches and highlights the common ground. Just before Christmas 08 I caught up with Shaheena Sultan-Harkner, a dentist and cranio sacral therapist, who has recently moved to Dublin with her young family from South… Continue reading Social Page
I was invited to teach a Post Graduate Seminar to Cranio Sacral Therapists in Cape Town. The seminar was titled, ‘Expanding the Base.’ and I’m finally getting around to writing something about my trip. In short, it was a great success. The teaching side of it went particularly well, the participants got a chance to… Continue reading Cape Town Report – November 04
As adults we are no longer physically held in the way we were as children. Full body release is a technique that holds us like a baby. A team of cranio sacral therapists tune into a patient and literally pick them up as they provide complete support for their system. When provided with intentioned gravity-free… Continue reading Full Body Release Postgraduate Workshop, Aug 06, Brisbane.
Jenny Palmer invited me to give a postgraduate seminar in Brisbane in April 07. I delivered my ‘Core Success’ seminar, which is a seminar for therapists generally not just cranio sacral therapists. As well as the Brisbane folk, some therapists flew up from Sydney. Here is what Jenny has to say about it. Lost and… Continue reading Core Success Seminar in Brisbane 07.
I was forwarded this open letter from Cranio Suisse® who have launched an initiative to encourage communication between different schools and therapists which, as you know, I am all for. Their website is not in English so that limits the imitative immediately but other than that I think it’s great. If you want to read… Continue reading Cranio Suisse®