Monday, 18 March 2013
Learning about Cranial Sacral Therapy
I was asked to escort Giles to Worcester a few weeks ago and observe his course on cranial osteopathic techniques. As a complementary therapist and a teacher myself I was keen to learn what cranial sacral therapy is all about and how it is done.
It was really facinating to watch how an osteopath prepares him/herself to treat and how they assess which movements to perform. I learnt a lot about the anatomy of the skull and the many ways in which it can be compressed and cause a range of problems.
This is a truly remarkable therapy, so gentle and yet so powerful with the results it can provide. I look forward to Giles developing this course for therapists like me!