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.
November 14 – 2006 Questions and comments for this issue: + Where I bang on about Jet Lag and treating yourself. + Chronic Fatigue – looking for the meaning of symptoms. + Palpation broken down into Symmetry, Amplitude and Quality. + Is bone ‘set’? Hello , I have some very important findings to share with… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 18
July 17 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + Parkinson’s Disease + What kind of conditions don’t respond to cranio sacral therapy? + How often do you see people? + What does a shudder in the cranio sacral rhythm mean? Hello, Quite a bit of news to pass on today so do pay… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 25
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… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 31
April 5 – 2008 Questions and comments for this issue: + Report from Al Pelowski about the role cranio is playing in the Boikarabelo Orphans Eco-Village Cranio Project in South Africa. + CST and orthodontic work? Hello, I was sent a very interesting video recently. It is of a talk given by neuroanatomist, Jill Bolte… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 33
<< Back to Basics 1 syllabus Fundamentally Cranio Sacral Therapy helps remove trauma from the body. This can be physical trauma, like a car accident, a fall on the back steps or a difficult birth. Trauma can also be emotional like a deep shock, prolonged unhappiness or witnessing violence. Trauma leaves an imprint in the… Continue reading B1.3.0 – Cranio Sacral Treatment.
+ Working with the blueprint. – September 07 Hi John Thanks so much for your continuing newsletter and the great tipsand humour. I have a double question. It’s often a lonely place at the coalface and I seem to have peoplecome to me with “last resort” problems that require much from me – I am… Continue reading Working with the blueprint.
+ How does opposed motion relate to flexion/extension? – October 05 Hey JD, Enjoying your Q and A’s. Here’s my Q. How does opposed motion relate to flexion/extension? Thanks B.F. London. >>>MY COMMENTS: Glad you’re enjoying the NL, B.F. I’m guessing you do a lot of text messaging on your ph. Here’s my C’s. When… Continue reading How does opposed motion relate to flexion/extension?
+ What I feel with my hands, am I making it up? – September 05 Mr Dalton. I feel I am at a crossroads in my craniosacral training. I have been studying CST for six months. I have listened carefully to my trainers. I have read books on CST. I understand the fluid mechanics of… Continue reading ‘Am I making it up?’
+ CST and orthodontic work? – April 08 Hi John, Thanks for your reply to my letter regarding cancer in the New Years Newsletter. As to what to call you how about the “enlightened one”? Your reply to my question made me laugh but if I had received it a few weeks earlier I would… Continue reading Maxillae