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Location: Clarkdale, AZ
Latest Activity: Jan 29
Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB Jul 30, 2014.
Started by Zia Nath Oct 24, 2012.
Started by ASIS Massage Education. Last reply by Zia Nath Oct 23, 2012.
Wanted to share this wonderful opportunity for experienced practitioners of craniosacral and other somatic therapies that will incorporate land and water-based techniques for sensing, tracking and responding to subtle energetic impulses in clients. It's a 4 day course (10-13 July) in Washington State (very close to Portland).
This unique collaboration between Dr. Raymond F. Castellino DC, RPP, RPE, RCST® and Mary Seamster LMP, BCST applies the principles of Castellino Prenatal and Birth Therapy and Amnion® to the warm-water aquatic therapy setting.
See more here: http://www.castellinotraining.com/aquatic/
If anybody have doubt craniosacral therapy contact to quanta health solutions. or click here
Just posted a new video resource for craniosacral therapists on YouTube - The Tour of the Cranium. Thought you might enjoy it :)
Any Craniosacral Therapist in the Los Angeles area interested in trading services? If so, please contact me!
Here is my website :o)
I'd like to extend an inviation to list in my massage directory..the basic listing is free.
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hello all! I do plan to take craniosacral class with upledger. I took a 16hr introductory class that was offered through my school and I found it fascinating to say the least. I was wondering if anyone had any insight to craniosacral therapy and the possible benefits it might provide to a person regarding the dimensional shift, especially children. I do know that craniosacral therapy can help children with emotional disorders, autism, adhd. I was wondering if anyone had any insight on if the change in our atmosphere/environment/gravitational pull could effect the sphenoid bone, spinal pressure, sacrum etc ?..any comment would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks Michele and Char, I'm so glad I happened to log on at the right time to catch your conversation thread. I will look forward to following up.
For instructors or therapists in biodynamic go to www.craniosacraltherapy.org ,
and www.milneinstitute.com for info on visionary cst. It will probably be easier to find someone close to home that teaches biodynamic but will have to travel some to get to Hugh Milne. There are books available too. Franklyn Sills wrote a two volume set called Craniosacral Biodynamics, Michael Shea wrote Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy: A Primer; and Hugh wrote a two volume set The Heart of Listening. Even if you never take a class of his, I strongly recommend his volume 1 to further develop any therapist, he is amazing!
After I took some of the Upledger classes I did a year-long apprenticeship with a therapist in my area named Ken Dipersio. He had received his training through Upledger and another teacher named Jim Greene. Both of these guys teach a lot about the different "tides" of the body, the different rhythms of the body that can be palpated and used for diagnosing and healing. Here are the links below. These guys would be a good start and good people to contact for more advice.
Last year I won a local award for best Craniosacral Therapist from a local magazine. It was quite an honor and was completely unlooked for. The reason I bring it up is because I believe that getting my start in Upledger and then learning more "outside the box" as it were has made me a better therapist and has given me more "tools in my toolbox" to use with clients. Education is power!
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