Craniosacral Therapy Part II: The Process**-From Chaos to Wonderment

I had the opportunity to attend an intensive craniosacral therapy program last week in Truth or Consequences, NM.  This intensive is one of many week-long programs hosted by Integrative Intentions, a unique organization that offers therapy programs that combines craniosacral therapy with group dynamics, water therapy, and equine therapy.

One morning, in our daily group meeting, the concept of transitioning from chaos to wonderment came up.  This concept became a theme for the group over the course of the next few days.  As these things often happen, I began to come across this concept in books and conversations.

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Craniosacral Therapy Part I: Fundamental Anatomy and Physiology

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a relatively new experience for many people.  It is very common that first-time clients have never experienced craniosacral therapy or worked with a craniosacral therapist.  I love this!  It is a wonderful therapy and is often much easier to explain once one has had a personal experience with this work.  However, I am going to create a 3 part series of posts to further explore various aspects of craniosacral therapy**.  My intention with these posts is to set a foundation for the cognitive understanding of CST.  Although these posts will likely only scratch the surface, my hope is to answer some commonly asked questions for those who are current or potential clients looking for more information. In this first post, I am going to dive into some of the basic the anatomy and physiology behind craniosacral therapy.  This really is the foundation for the practice.

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