Come and explore the profound and subtle world of craniosacral work. This 15-hour class combines anatomy, theory and techniques in a way that makes the subject interesting and applicable to your practice. The course will include:
The basic history and origins of biodynamic craniosacral work
Specific anatomy of the cranium, meninges, and nervous system
Discussion of the different internal movements of the craniosacral system: the cranial rhythmic impulse, mid-tide and long tide
An introduction to the perception of the cranial rhythms
Working with boundaries and grounding techniques
Numerous techniques for the sacrum, upper neck and head that can be easily integrated into a massage session or stand on their own
Developing an effective treatment plan using the techniques presented
"Pat's craniosacral classes elegantly combine deep intuition, palpatory sensitivity, and anatomical intelligence. Pat's cranial teaching is rare if not unique in the way that it skillfully combines craniosacral work, structural work, and everyday practice. Her classes are both profound and practical." - Brian Utting
Instructor: Pat O'Rourke
CE hours: 15
Date and Time: Saturday, February 2nd (9am-6pm) and Sunday, February 3rd (9am-5pm)
Tuition: $275 if registered with a $100 deposit by January 25th, $325 thereafter
Registration: This class is sold out. If you'd like to get on the waiting list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those registered, the remaining balance is due at class, payable by cash or check only, made out to the instructor.