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Movement is life. The rhythm of the ocean tide. The revolution of the planets. The pulse of the breath in our bodies. When movement is effortless, efficient, smooth and coordinated-like a river flowing unencumbered through a field, it enhances health, well-being and vitality.
In our bodies, restricted movement often leads to compensation by overusing certain areas while protecting others. This action results in pain, tension, limited range of motion, restrictions, emotional upsets and limiting dysfunctional movement patterns.
How can we regain our original movement and recreate an internal environment where healing can take place?
Craniosacral Balancing (CST) provides a holding space that enables the natural rhythm of the body to get reestablished. CST is a gentle bodywork modality that removes restrictions throughout the body and releases tension and undue pressure placed on the nervous system. CST comprises a light touch, or compression about the weight of a nickel. This application of light pressure is sufficient in helping to release restrictions, namely to the vital flow and movement of the cerebrospinal fluid.
Essentials of Craniosacral Balancing: A Practical Step-by-Step Visual Guide is a detailed field guide and "how to" instructional manual to the hands-on application of CST.
In addition to detailed, step-by-step instructions for each technique, this book contains over 200 pictures showing anatomical structures, hand placements and technique demonstrations.
Both beginning students and seasoned practitioners will benefit.
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About the Author
David Rich Sol has been practicing bodywork and the healing arts since 1999 specializing in Craniosacral Balancing with all age groups.
David is the Dean of Asian Holistic Health & Massage at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, IL USA. One of his joys and passions has been to develop and teach his Essentials of Craniosacral Balancing certification training.