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The Spark in the Machine – a must read for Craniosacral Therapists

Every so often the comes along an exceptional book that excites those who do Cranial and Myofascial Release therapy.
In this case it is written by a medical doctor who practices emergency medicine and Acupuncture.
Dr Keown’s book shows how Western medicine validates the theories of Chinese Medicine , and how Chinese Medicine explains the the mysteries of the body that western medicine largely ignores.


Recommended Reading – Cranio-Sacral Integration

This foundation volume integrates the wide spectrum of approaches to Cranio-Sacral Therapy, providing the practitioner or student with a broad and authoritative understanding of the discipline. The author covers the fundamentals of theory as well as the practical skills and techniques needed to carry out Cranio-Sacral work, and the book also includes detailed instructions for treatments, all of which are clearly explained in extensive case histories and illustrations.

Based upon the syllabus of the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy in London, UK, this is an unparalleled resource for practitioners of Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Cranial Osteopathy, and an essential reference for students.


Giorgia Milne returns to Sydney April 2015

Giorgia Milne returns to Sydney in April 2015 to conduct a three day Introduction to Biodynamic Cranial touch. Come and join us for this enlightening event held where you will experience  profound  stillness.

If you are a bodyworker with some time to spend  over  these three days come and join us – you are most welcome  to join our  group at The Centre, Randwick.


Robert Fulford and the Philosopher Physician

Normally blogs are about recent events or happenings or thoughts on a particular subject – this one is a little different because it reprints comments from  the Publisher’s website – Eastland Press.

This book is worth a mention as it is a book written for osteopaths or Craniosacral therapists or indeed any therapist for that matter who wish to look at a model of Therapist who has expanded their boundaries of treatment on offer through training and personal growth. One of the questions a practicing Craniosacral Therapist may ask is why would I wish to explore other modalities that integrate with the work that I do. This book details how one man has done this and some of the reasons why.


Strolling under the skin by Dr Jean Guimberteau

This 25-minute DVD contains some of the most fascinating images of living fascia ever developed. Dr. Jean Claude Guimberteau is a plastic and hand surgeon who has been researching the body’s ‘sliding system’ that allows fascial planes to move on each other. The beauty and excitement of this film is that is living fascia in a living person, and so beautifully filmed that no one — lay or practitioner — can see this video unmoved.