Cranial biomechanical approach

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Requirements: Full professional indemnity insurance

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Accommodation at preferential rate 'on site' at £85 B&B is available direct with the hotel.

 

Background

This intensive course reflects Giles Cleghorn's 30 years of experience using structural and cranial techniques, biodynamic techniques and balanced ligamentous tension.

You may wish to visit www.chandosclinic.co.uk for further background information on Giles Cleghorn, MApp Sc (Ost Paed), DO, DSH.

Places are restricted and will be allocated on a 'first come' basis. Full payment will be required in advance.

Contact details

Giles Cleghorn:

The Chandos Clinic,

21 Chandos Rd, Redland,

Bristol

BS6 6PG

Telephone 0117 9745084.

info@integratedosteopathicstudies.com

 

Cranial Fundamentals (Part Two)


The direct biomechanical & visceral approach

This is the second of two courses where students learn the fundamentals of cranial work.  The course is based on Giles developments of the work and is a view not commonly taught in the UK and Europe.

The techniques are direct, simple and achievable. Natural body fluid rates are not used much in this way of working. This avoids the frustration of working with the Cranial Rhythmical Impulse, which is sometimes a misleading phenomenon.

You will learn how to work with the brain, spinal cord and the fluids within the skull to promote health and reduce acquired lesion patterns. In this method there is no need to wait for release and change, as the practitioner will acquire the skills to use direct positional change, within the motion fields of the brain and spinal cord.

The Course covers the knowledge and treatment of the following topics:

  • The motion of the Central Nervous System (CNS)

  • The practical use in knowing the embryological development of the CNS

  • The treatment of the zones of the CNS: Cortex, white matter and the deep grey matter.

  • The neglected functions of the cerebellum

  • Cerebrospinal Fluid and Blood circulation.

  • The treatment of the eyes, ears and hearing, the olfactory bulb and the limbic system.

  • The Sacrum and Coccyx with their influence on the reciprocal tension membrane.

  • Students with all levels of experience will benefit from this course. For those wishing to do some pre course reading (which is not essential) then John Upledger - 'Craniosacral Therapy' - is recommended.

Giles Cleghorn has developed these manoeuvres over a thirty-year period.

This course will run for 2 days, giving approximately 16 hours of CPD.