Tag: John Upledger

  • Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 21

    February 26 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + The CST steak knives set. + Facial bone movement revisited (how knowing how to describe it could save your life) + Why do we need to learn anatomy and technique if the work is fundamentally energetic? Hello John, I’m feeling a bit like a…

  • Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 23

    May 06 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + How to convince Doctors of the validity of cranio sacral therapy? + Migraine question. + Do you have to get ‘hands on’ when treating post vasectomy pain? Hello, I’m just back from a trip to Brisbane where I was delivering my ‘Core Success’ seminar.…

  • Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 24

    June 08 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + Do I use Somato emotional release? Hello, If you sent me an email towards the end of May and I didn’t reply, I’m not ignoring you and I am interested, no really. Sorry, . . what were you saying? My email server dropped the…

  • Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 31

    January 27 – 2008 Questions and comments for this issue: + Follow on from Jean in Ireland. + Blueprint follow on from Gayle in Cape Town. + Shingles follow on from Donovan in Durban. + Can you treat people with active Cancer? + CST and people recovering from Stroke? + Shingles follow on from Eva…

  • Articles and eBooks

    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…

  • Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 38

    February 13 -2009 Questions and comments for this issue: + Questions about meditation and why we need it. + Letter from Finland. Hello, I’m happy to report that the folks at the University of Michigan are continuing their pioneering tradition. You might remember that they were involved in a lot of the early work John…

  • Teaching family members

    + 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 /…