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GRCCT has a new website
Posted on 26th August 2014

Breaking News: GRCCT has new interactive Web-site!

Heartfelt Greetings to all in the Upledger family!

Just to let everybody know that further to the visit of Barry Tanner to our AGM in May 2014, GRCCT now has a new interactive website which went live on August 2nd 2014, with a more direct line to key personnel.

It makes finding or checking a therapist more user-friendly and if you put in your post code when prompted, a list of the five Upledger therapists closest to your home will appear. This makes it easier to find a therapist and is a useful advertising tool for qualified practitioners.

There is also a very useful section on staffing and the direct emails of the key personnel who deal with administration and registration. I find Paul Bleak to be particularly helpful in this regard and you can email him direct from the link.

Do have a look and become acquainted with the new site. Any queries about your registration should be answered much more speedily from now on. If you still have difficulties after pursuing the named staff, then please let me know but I hope and trust that this new tool will benefit us all.

All good wishes

Ann Whittle

Chair CSS: 18/8/2014

Joy-ning the Royal Society of Medicine
Posted on 21st March 2014

I have just had the pleasure of being accepted as a Senior Associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine....

Parties and Celebrations - 17 May 2014
Posted on 31st December 2013

As I write this it is in fact new year's eve and I am spending a few moments with my new year goals / resolutions whatever you may like to call them. One of them is to get out more...

Join us at the first British Fascia Symposium 10-11 May 2014
Posted on 31st December 2013

The first ever British Fascia Symposium will be held 10-11 May in Windsor, Berks. I have been invited to contribute a talk and aworkshop on the dural fascia which I am delighted about! We will also have a stand there so will have the chance to meet and greet lots of the folk in the fascia world. 

My response to the Immune Response Class
Posted on 16th December 2013

What an interesting 4 days... What a wonderful additional set of ways to use this therapeutic approach.

I dont think I was too sure what to expect from this class - I certainly thought I would consolidate my understanding of the immune system and that I would be able to use this more precisely in treatments. What I was amazed by (and I confess a little resistant to at first!) was the idea that you can tune into the craniosacral rhythm of the immune system itself. Also you can tune into different tissues and then into the Immune system within that tissue..... Why is that useful?

Doing the Diplomate by Caro O'Neill (CST-D!!!!)
Posted on 16th December 2013

I applied for my Diplomate Essay Questions over 3 years ago...sound familiar?!  I took one look at the questions and thought “where do I start” and so put them in a box and didn’t look at them again for several months!  Eventually I got them out of the box again and began on question one “What is SER?”  Well we all know what SER is but you try to put it into writing!  So I chose another question!  And so it went on until I was inevitably left with the most challenging questions. 

The end of an Era...
Posted on 7th June 2013

The 2013 Cranio Sacral Society AGM has marked the end of an era.The society was started in 1999 when John Page and other practitioners, who were finding themselves drawn deeper into this CST work, felt that it would be benificial to the practitioners of their discipline to have a society that would represent their interests and needs,

Workshops after the Cranio Sacral Society's AGM - 1 & 2 June 2013
Posted on 9th May 2013

CST students and non CSS members are welcome to attend the Tribute to Dr John Upledger and workshops put on by the Cranio Sacral Society over the 1 & 2 June 2013 in London.

This is the programme:


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