Date(s) - Mon 8/28/2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
ReikiSpace & Learning Place
2793 Old Post Rd., Suite 10
Harrisburg, PA 17110
If you are reading this, then I imagine that you wish to have support in facing internal challenges within yourself. We all need support at times. As a CST therapist, I listen, hold a safe, neutral and often sacred space as I follow the internal healing process that occurs naturally within you. Your conscious attention and presence deeply supports the process. What happens may emerge in any number of different ways and is always in your control, guided by our own inner wisdom.
I will discuss my understanding and experiences, yet I recognize that the best way to comprehend CST is to experience it for yourself, so I am offering a complementary 60 min session to anyone who attends this workshop ($85 value).
In a CST session or series of sessions with a therapist trained in SomatoEmotional Release (SER), it is common for a client to nurture their inner child, experience forgiveness, feel a new sense of internal power, feel like they are in their body, release charges from past experiences, recognize emotions that were previously hidden, come to understand more about a situation in their life, integrate the communication between the mind and the body and/or release physical pain.
My Healing from the Core training has also expanded my understanding of holding the energetic body and exploring a client’s deeper knowing presented in their dreams.
Basics of CST:
In CranioSacral Therapy (CST), the client lays fully clothed on a massage table. Therapists address physical and emotional restrictions in the body by gently following and supporting the fascial system as it wishes to unwind, gently releasing subtle joints and supporting optimal fluid movement to the brain and spinal cord. It is a holistic, whole body therapy.
Ian Thomas has been practicing CST for 3 years. He has completed the core curriculum through the Upledger Institute and taken numerous supplemental workshops enhancing his skills in SER. More information about Ian may be found at The Roots of Health website www.therootsofhealth.com and on his Upledger Institute Profile Page http://www.iahp.com/Ian-Thomas/.