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by Michael Kern

eBook Wisdom in the Body: The Craniosacral Approach to Essential Health epub
  • ISBN: 0722537085
  • Author: Michael Kern
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorsons (October 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • ePUB size: 1803 kb
  • FB2 size 1681 kb
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Michael Kern has delivered the goods

Michael Kern has delivered the goods. When you finish this book you will either want to become a craniosacral practitioner or rush out and find one. If you are in a body, read this book. -Gabrielle Roth, founder of the Moving Center in New York, and author of Sweat Your Prayers: Movement as Spiritual Practice and Maps to Ecstasy"This book is a plea for a holistic approach to healing, in which we honor all that makes us human - body, mind, spirit. He is founder and senior tutor of the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust in London, senior tutor for the College of Osteopaths, the University of Westminster, and the International Cranial Association.

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy aims to resolve the trapped forces that .

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy aims to resolve the trapped forces that underlie and drive these trauma-based patterns of disease and suffering in body and mind. Wisdom in the Body teaches practitioners to develop the finely tuned skills of hands-on palpation and perception to sense the body’s subtle rhythms and patterns of inertia or congestion, with the goal of ending trauma and facilitating the expression of the breath of life. A comprehensive introduction to this practice, the book draws on the insights of pioneers like Drs. W. G. Sutherland and Franklyn Sills to explain the key principles about the body’s natural intention to heal and how this capability can be encouraged.

Wisdom in the Body book. Biodynamic craniosacral therapy aims to resolve the trapped forces that underlie and drive these trauma-based patterns of disease and suffering in body and mind Accumulations of life stresses-physical injuries, emotional and psychological stresses, birth traumas, and toxicity-can become imprinted in the tissues, acting like a videotape that is replayed whenever stimulated.

Michael Kern's book, Wisdom in the Body, is a lovely primer on the development, theory, and practice of craniosacral .

Michael Kern's book, Wisdom in the Body, is a lovely primer on the development, theory, and practice of craniosacral therapy. His writing is simple and direct, covering the basic schools of thought that comprise this therapeutic modality.

The Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust has been training practitioners in Craniosacral Therapy since 1989 and become established as a school of excellence. Adapted from ‘Wisdom In The Body - The Craniosacral Approach To Essential Health’, North Atlantic Books 2005. The same stream of life that runs through my veins night and day runs through the world and dances in rhythmic measures. It is the same life that shoots in joy through the dust of the earth in numberless blades of grass and breaks into tumultuous waves of leaves and flowers.

Osteopath Michael Kern explains how touch healing through craniosacral . It reminds me o. here’s a Dr. Ohashi and his book is called Reading the Body, and it’s based on ancient Chinese medicine but th. .

Osteopath Michael Kern explains how touch healing through craniosacral therapy can treat a variety of conditions and relieve pain and trauma in your body. Ohashi and his book is called Reading the Body, and it’s based on ancient Chinese medicine but the reason I mention it is because in it he talks about how the body forms physically based on stress, emotions, and all sorts of things.

The founder of the school is Michael Kern, author of the highly acclaimed book "Wisdom In The Body - The Craniosacral Approach To Essential Health", now availab. Within the school's "biodynamic" approach there is an emphasis to work in cooperation with the underlying forces that govern our health. This involves taking a whole person and patient centred approach to treatment that incorporates an appreciation of body, mind and spirit.

Wisdom in the Body: The Craniosacral Approach to Essential Health is sponsored by the Society for the Study of Native Arts and . Wisdom in the body: the craniosacral approach to essential health, by Michael Kern; foreword by Franklyn Sills.

Wisdom in the body: the craniosacral approach to essential health, by Michael Kern; foreword by Franklyn Sills. ed. cm. Originally published: London : Thorsons, 2001.

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy aims to resolve the trapped forces that underlie and drive these trauma-based patterns of disease and suffering in body and mind

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy aims to resolve the trapped forces that underlie and drive these trauma-based patterns of disease and suffering in body and mind. Sutherland and Franklyn Sills to explain the key principles about the body’ s natural intention to heal and how this capability can be encouraged. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Arising from osteopathic medicine, craniosacral therapy is a hands on therapy that uses gentle palpation and subtle manipulative techniques to align, balance, and heal the body.
Comments: (7)
Nuadora
I would have to say that this is the best written and understandable book on biodynamic craniosacral therapy. There can be a lot of jargon and new language in this type of work and Michael Kern manages quite well avoiding doing that. He makes work that can be difficult to describe because it is subtle, very approachable and you will finish the book actually really getting what biodynamic craniosacral therapy is all about. No one has written a book so clearly that I know of as of yet.
I would highly recommend this book.
Windbearer
I was curious about Craniosacral Therapy and signed up for a couple of trial sessions. Before going to the therapist, I purchased this e-book with the hope that I could know about the treatment before going into treatment. Well, just by reading the book prior to treatment did not help me much...but as soon as I had my first experience, then the next, and the next, I came to understand the content of the book and began to learn as I go. Would definitely recommend this book for anyone who wishes to learn about this wonderful treatment,
Mr_Mix
Truly enhanced my understanding of my practice
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
A bit boring and not well organized.
kolos
This is an essential text for Craniosacral studies. Highly recommend.
Dawncrusher
I'm an LMP taking a Craniosacral Therapy certtifcation and this books is an item on our assigned reading list. I'm only halfway through the book and I'm already very impressed with it's clarity in explaining the technique. It explains Craniosacral simply enough for non-bodyworkers to understand without dumbing it down. I highly recommend this book for an introduction into Craniosacral for both potential practitioners as well as potential clients who want to understand the technique.
Cheber
I guess it's just me, but I get frustrated with all the jargon of CST? TCM and Western anatomy have already identified and explained many of these concepts in an easier to understand manner. This book takes too long to explain what most practitioners and bodyworkers already know about life-energy, breath and rhythms of the body. I feel like so much effort is spent trying to explain what CST means by it's unique use of words, that you just can't get to the essence of this therapy. Does anyone know of a book that explains the concepts of CST in plain English? I love many of the concepts but I get bored reading all the fluff.
This is very good reading material..just started reading it..
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