Two previous podcast guests, Robyn Scherr and Kate Mackinnon, return to discuss their online course "Elements of a Successful Craniosacral Business." Their collaborative effort to help other practitioners build healthy craniosacral clinical practices is a smart and effective tool to get you up and running with a new practice or refine your existing business.
In the interview we talk about some of the material covered in their training and a few things Kate and Robyn have learned from coaching others in practice building and management. After following their last group of students closely as they worked through the 8-module class, I am really impressed with how concise and effective this program is.
More information about the class: www.livinginthebody.net/Classes
Robyn's site: www.livinginthebody.net
Kate's site: www.kmackinnon.com
Mike Boxhall has been immersed in the world of therapy for the last 45 years, studying counseling, psychotherapy, acupuncture and craniosacral therapy. He approaches cranial work as a practice of embodied experience that is not based on intellectual appraisal but rather rooted in the ground of the intellect itself. Mike seeks to bring practitioners into the wisdom of the heart, where the feminine principle can emerge with its deep therapeutic gifts. Mike's wisdom, simplicity, and humor make this one of my favorite interviews to date.
Mike's school page:
The Empty Chair Teaching Foundation:
Eric Moya has been an instructor for The Upledger Institute for two decades, teaching several different classes for UI. In this interview he lays some groundwork for understanding his class "CST and Working with Chronic Depletion," discussing the differences between a restriction-based approach to CST and a pattern-based one.
Eric's business page: www.ericmoya.com
The Upledger page for "CST and Working with Chronic Depletion"
The Idea Crucible: