This post was inspired by a discussion with fellow practitioner and mentor Ginger Crisenbery while teacher assisting for her long-term professional training course. "Wait, Watch and Wonder" ~Roland Becker One day, earlier this year, I was being a bit lazy and decided to lie on my bed and pet the cats. I was looking out [...]
The world, especially now, is a chaotic place- so much to handle , so much to deal with on a daily basis and so much we can't control. We run from place to place, work to home , appointment to wedding, funeral to dentist, doctor to gym - trying to keep up with all of [...]
It never occurred to me that dance and Craniosacral Therapy bring me to the same place. I love to dance, as a matter of fact, it is one of my favorite things to do. It is a place where I feel fully present and unselfconscious in my body. I am a musician [...]
My teacher and mentor Ginger Crisenbery is teaching an intro Biodynamic Craniosacral class in Evanston November 13th through the 15th. This is a wonderful starting point for those of you interested in this modality. I took this class without knowing anything about the work and was hooked right away. Ginger is a talented practitioner and [...]
"Aïkido-shihoo nage" by My father - Ygonaar. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:A%C3%AFkido-shihoo_nage.jpg#/media/File:A%C3%AFkido-shihoo_nage.jpg Dorothy Mead is an incredibly talented BCST practitioner along with being a black belt in Aikido, a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology.The following is a paper she wrote at the end of our training. This work eloquently states parallels [...]
I was perusing one of my favorite blogs about Craniosacral Therapy, Cranial Intelligence and I was wowed by this straightforward conversation between two very skilled therapists. Ged and Steve in Conversation Have fun!
I have been practicing Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) for almost four years now. It is interesting to me that, although I have worked on hundreds of people in that period, I spend almost more time trying to explain the work than I do in sessions with people. There are several reasons for this, one being [...]
. It was late one Monday night and I had had a long day. With a beautiful glass of wine in my hand I sat and watched my cat Callisto playfully playing with what I thought was the pattern on the rug.He pawed at it, ears pointed forward, and intently looked at the little [...]
It seemed appropriate that I start my blog with an allusion to it's name Be Like Water. There are many reasons why I called it that, but the most important one is, simply put, Bruce Lee is a badass! He is such an inspiration to me and to so many others. He was a [...]
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