Sarah Taylor-Jepp reflects on her experience of the Foundation Certificate in Body Science Training, and how it has changed her life.
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Orsi is the Director of the Upledger Institute, Hungary, and is joining UIUK in March to help deliver our Paediatrics course in Brighton. She tells us about her career, her interest in teaching CranioSacral Therapy & how she got involved with the Upledger Institute.
Sheila Hoy writes about winning the prize of a BAEC course (BioAquatics Exploration with CST) in Grand Bahama, her worries about it and the changes she experienced throughout the therapy.
Caroline Barrow shares her top five (gram) tips to move our CranioSacral Therapy businesses forward gently and effectively.
Tad Wanveer tells us about his history and how he came to be interested in CST, in readiness for his Touching the Brain course in Brighton, in April this year.
Ready to find out what can happen when we come together with intention, open hearts and the power of a light touch? Join us on 24-26th September 2016 for the CranioSacral Therapy event of the year!
The following five books are some that we really enjoyed and found enriching in different ways. Although they’re not about CranioSacral Therapy, they’re full of themes that tie in with our work in Upledger CST. Particularly when we’re working with SomatoEmotional Release, there can be gems and guidance not only in our sessions, our classes and our core texts but in novels, memoirs and books for all ages. We hope you’ll find at least one here that inspires you….
In this month’s Symposium Spotlight, Rob Williamson joins us to talk about ‘Clean Language’ in our Therapeutic Imagery and Dialogue, about finding gentle and respectful ways to communicate when talking isn’t possible, and how using non-sensory specific language can build more bridges with our clients and allow them to move forward.
In this month’s Symposium Spotlight, Nikki Kenward joins us to talk about the Second Brain, and how research on the Enteric Nervous System is impacting CranioSacral Therapy….including a new course coming soon!
In this month’s Symposium Spotlight interview, Alexander Filmer-Lorch joins us to talk about The Inner Power of Stillness, and how it impacts on our physiology, our emotions, our intellect….and on our work as therapists.