Kate Peck Sat. & Sun, January 25-26, 2020 Bancroft School of Massage Therapy Worcester, MA
Are you looking for a kinder, gentler way to treat your clients?
Whether they are suffering from acute or chronic pain, craniosacral therapy can help. Craniosacral therapy uses very light pressure to detect restrictions and restore balance to the craniosacral system. The craniosacral system is made up of the dural membrane that covers the brain & spinal cord and the cerebrospinal fluid contained inside. It has been described as the deepest layer of the fascia. Like fascia, restrictions in the craniosacral system can cause pain and dysfunction and compromise the performance of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems surrounding it. Craniosacral therapy is an effective treatment modality for head, neck & back pain, including post-concussion syndrome, migraines & headaches, acute & chronic neck & back pain, sacroiliac joint dysfunction and much more. You will be able to incorporate these techniques into your massage sessions or use them separately. This course will give you an excellent background for further craniosacral training.
InIntro to Craniosacral Therapy - Day 1, you will learn:
the anatomy & physiology of the craniosacral system.
the benefits, indications and contraindications of craniosacral therapy.
how to assess for restrictions in the craniosacral system.
how to perform basic craniosacral techniques for the treatment of the back & neck.
In Intro to Craniosacral Therapy – Day 2, you will learn:
how to perform basic craniosacral techniques for the treatment of the head, including headaches & migraines, TMJ, tinnitus, & many other conditions.
CE CREDITS 16 NCBTMB Approved CE Hours
COST $ 400.00
DATES & TIMES Sat. & Sun, January 25-26, 2020 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
LOCATION Bancroft School of Massage Therapy 333 Shrewsbury Street Worcester, MA 01604
Thank you for your interest in The Bodywork Education Project. We look forward to bringing you a first rate educational experience. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.