Globe University-Woodbury partnered with the Heartwood Institute of Integrative Medicine to give Globe University students, staff and faculty a $50 discount on a three-day CranioSacral I (CST I) workshop, to be held April 26-28.
About the Class:
CranioSacral I (CST I) is an introduction to CranioSacral Therapy three day workshop taught by Maureen Schwehr, NMD, CST-D that provides students with a solid theoretical and experiential foundation. The class emphasizes the interactions of the CranioSacral, facial and energetic systems of the body. Through lecture, storytelling, demonstrations and guided hands-on practice, you will learn how to identify restrictions in the body and master the techniques to release these restrictions.
Dr. Schwehr is the founder of the Heartwood Institute of Integrative Medicine and has taught CranioSacral Therapy since 2003. She received her doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She specializes in injury and trauma recovery, pediatric work and exploring emotional connections to the body and disease processes.
“These are great workshops. Dr. Schwehr creates an atmosphere for one to learn from the inside out,” said Margaret Avery Moon, from the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). “She incorporates the philosophy, theory, anatomy, and hands-on practice of CranioSacral therapy in a way you can digest and apply to your work immediately.”
How to Register:
Globe University students and staff receive a $50 discount if registered by Monday, March 25. (Class is $370 for Early Registration)
Click here to register online:
1162 Selby Ave., St. Paul, MN 55104
(Near the intersection of Lexington and Hwy 94)
About CranioSacral Therapy:
CranioSacral therapy was first developed in the 1920’s by Dr. William Sutherland, who discovered the gentle rhythm of the cerebral spinal fluid which he called the Primary Respiratory Mechanism. After extensive investigation into the movements of the cranial bones, he developed Cranial Osteopathy. In the 1970’s, Sutherland’s work was researched and scientifically validated by a team led by Dr. John Upledger, D.O. at Michigan State University. Subsequently, Dr. Upledger went on to develop a method of training CranioSacral therapists and created the Upledger Institute.
CranioSacral therapy is non-invasive and scientifically based. It can be a very effective treatment for a wide range of common conditions such as migraines, neck and back pain, stress-related problems, orthopedic conditions and even dental problems. CST has been used on babies to help reduce colic, crying and miss-shapened skulls, as well as children with attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, autism and learning difficulties. CranioSacral Therapy is also very helpful for accident recovery, helping to gently and effectively release adhesions in the muscles, connective tissue, sacrum and cranium.
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