CranioSacral Therapy 2 (CS2)

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  • Class/Lecture
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CranioSacral Therapy 2 (CS2) greatly expands the work learned in CS1 and completes the biomechanical CranioSacral training. 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.
The International Alliance of Healthcare Educators
  • Units:
  • 12.0
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  • Approved by CMTBC
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  • Category:
  • Primary
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