March 23 – 2007 Questions and comments for this issue: + Postnatal depression. + Trigeminal neuralgia. + Bipolar disorder. Hello, Just let me put my machete down for a minute so I can tell you about a new study on healing and men. That’s right I said men, manly men. Are you listening to me… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 22
April 4 – 2009 Questions and comments for this issue: + Special report from Mary Hegarty in Cape Town on autism. + Any results with tinnitus? + Treating children on Ritalin. + Working with the sphenoid. Hello, Apparently there are as many creatures on your body as there are people on Earth. Feel free to… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 39
+ 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
+ What do I mean by Intention? – December 06 Hello, It turns out imaginary friends are good for kids. Well not bad at any rate. Apparently kids can use them as a practice ground for relationships. “There is an amount of control over a relationship with an imaginary friend that you don’t have with… Continue reading Cranio Sacral Therapist and Student Newsletter 19