November 22 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + Cranio sacral therapy on FaceBook. + Working with energy. + Reframing. + Cerebral palsy and the blueprint + More on the arachnoid mater from Al Pelowski in South Africa. Hello John, If you were one of the many therapists that sent me your profiles… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 29
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.
Fairbairn’s Structural Theory.- Size 271KB Article on Fairbairn’s structural theory. It is a hefty read but very helpful in understanding how we relate to people as objects and how this affects us and our relationships. Baby Talk: Can you hear my silent scream? – Size 108KB Article by Al Pelowski, principal of South African Institute… Continue reading Articles and eBooks
January 4 -2009 Questions and comments for this issue: + Bring someone international to your practice – from Nica in Berlin. + Follow on comment on Shunts from Malcolm Hiort, Director, Australian Craniofascial Therapy School + Follow on comment on Shunts from Al Pelowski in Durban. + Question about self doubt. + Question about unwinding… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 37
+ Teaching family members basic techniques? – October 06 Hey John, thanks yet again for the e-newsletter. As always, and I don’t know how you do it, you’ve included material that prompts me to write. Usually I’m too preoccupied with matters here in SA to respond. But here is one SA real world question /… Continue reading Teaching family members
+ How do you work with people with shunts? – September 08 Hi John, Your newsletter’s archive is fantastic. Very easy to use (much better than mine). Thanks. My question today is about treating people with a shunt in the head. Do you(or anyone else) has experience with that? Is there a risk of having… Continue reading Working with shunts.
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
+ Which technique should I use? – September 05 + Comment from Al Pelowski, principal tutor with The South African Institute of Cranial Studies. on sciatica- October 05 Hi John, Found your web site very useful and your URL easy to remember. I use it as my virtual business card. I have been treating a… Continue reading Sciatica