Tag: Restriction

  • 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…

  • Why does the body return to the position of injury in order to release?

    + Why does the body return to the position of injury in order to release? – November 05 Hi John I have a question. In SER the body often returns to the position of injury either emotional or physical in order to release the disease (energy cyst) held there.  This fits perfectly with the founding…

  • ‘Am I making it up?’

    + 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…

  • B1.06.0 – Direct – Indirect Technique

    << Back to Basics 1 syllabus HOW ARE RESTRICTIONS RELEASED? We use two approaches ✬ Indirect technique ✬ Direct technique It is through a combination of indirect and direct technique that restrictions can be assisted to release. INDIRECT TECHNIQUE Indirect technique requires the skill of being able to follow the body to the point of…

  • B1.7.0 – Intention

    << Back to Basics 1 syllabus [FLOWPLAYER=http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/intention1.png|http://www.open-source-cranio.com/sacral-training/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Intention1.flv,560,350] In the video above I go through the difference between Attention and Intention and how we use intention in craniosacral therapy. Here are some other aspects of intention to consider. We use intention to help restrictions release. Intention has the potential to sound almost mystical. Particularly when the…

  • B1.16.0 – Trauma Pattern Formation

    << Back to Basics 1 syllabus You are in the fruit and veg department of the supermarket. You pull a bag from the roll provided. You are talking to your friend as you try to open the bag. You rub the end of the bag between your thumb and finger. After a couple of attempts…