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CS2: CranioSacral Therapy II - Michael Morgan (Moncton, NB)

  • September 19, 2019
  • September 22, 2019
  • 4 sessions
  • September 19, 2019, 08:00 17:30
  • September 20, 2019, 09:00 17:30
  • September 21, 2019, 09:00 17:30
  • September 22, 2019, 08:00 15:30
  • TBA, please check website listed



CS2: CranioSacral Therapy II

Instructor: Michael Morgan

Investment:

$1,029.25 (USD)

CEUs: Primary Category A

More Information:

 http://shop.iahe.com/Workshops/CranioSacral-Therapy-2-CS2/CS2-09.19-22.19-MONC

Description

Advanced Preparation is required. Please visit the website for more details.

The course material and hands-on sessions will focus on cranial base dysfunctions, the masticatory system-hard palate, mandible and temporomandibular joint; whole body evaluation; and the energy cyst with regional unwinding. An introduction to SomatoEmotional Release will also be presented.

CranioSacral Therapy 2 (CS2) greatly expands the work learned in CS1 and completes the bio-mechanical CranioSacral Therapy training. The hands-on sessions will focus on cranial base dysfunctions, the masticatory system-hard palate, mandible and temporomandibular joint, whole body evaluation and the energy cyst with regional unwinding.

Course Highlights

  • Cranial-base dysfunctions as assessed and treated by Dr. William Sutherland, the originator of Cranial Osteopathy. These strain patterns can produce profound full-body effects.
  • Review of the 10-Step Protocol.
  • Adverse strain patterns of the face, to include: nasal bones, zygomatic bones, maxillae, vomer, and palatines. Stressful patterns of the bony face can cause a myriad of issues related to the face, throat, intracranial membrane system, the entire body and physiological systems.
  • Arcing is an assessment technique used to locate primary strain (lesion) patterns. Advanced CS practitioners use this assessment technique most often for its accuracy and speed.
  • Regional Positional Tissue Release is used to locate body positions that are most helpful in releasing lesion patterns. It is an elegant and efficient treatment process.
  • Facilitated Segments are spinal cord areas that can cause debilitating issues. Using a process to locate these segments and then treat them is essential to a CS protocol, especially when working with clients experiencing chronic issues.
  • Fascial Glide is an assessment technique used to precisely locate fascial lesions. If more than one lesion is found then a process of determining the primary lesion will be used.
  • Discussion of adaptation of CS technique for children.
  • How to effectively integrate techniques from CS1 and CS2 into treatment sessions of any length, or in combination with other modalities.
  • Discussion of SomatoEmotional Release.


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