When a person comes to you for treatment and you are working with them to get a sense of what the cause of their symptoms is, being shortsighted, or not seeing deep enough, is a major wall in cranio sacral work and will result in mediocre, impermanent results. Fixating on physical causes and what the right technique to use for… Continue reading Shortsightedness – Cranio Sacral Wall No.2 and How To Pass Through It.
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.
+ 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
+ Cranio sacral therapy and Cancer -October 05 Hi John, I have a friend who has had a mastectomy and partial lymphadenectomy and is currently receiving chemotherapy for active cancer in her neck. I was thinking that some CST would be helpful to assist her immune system (not to mention emotional state) but am concerned… Continue reading Cancer