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The Craniosacral Podcast

This podcast supports the personal and professional growth of craniosacral therapists via interviews and educational material from leading teachers and practitioners in the field. Hosted by Ryan Hallford, founder of the Craniosacral Resource Center and author of the Street Smart Craniosacral blog.
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Now displaying: March, 2018
Mar 30, 2018

Brian Tierney has been one of the most active tutors for Body Intelligence biodynamic trainings. He also recently completed his Ph.D. degree in somatic psychology. In this episode Brian talks about his graduate work in psychology and its marriage to biodynamic craniosacral therapy.

Brian's site:
www.somaticdoctor.com

Email:
somaticdoctor@gmail.com

Mar 20, 2018

Robyn Scherr is a diplomat-certified Craniosacral Therapist through the Upledger Institute, certified massage therapist in California, and listener favorite here on The Craniosacral Podcast. In today's episode she discusses the importance of dropping our personal agendas when working with clients, emphasizing the fact that the therapeutic interaction is primarily about the client's experience ... and not our theories or personal preferences.

Robyn's website:
www.livinginthebody.net

Robyn and Kate Mackinnon's article in Massage and Bodywork Magazine:
Broaden your Touch Repertoire

Research Articles:
The Communication of Emotion via Touch, DePauw Univ. and UCB

Effect of Continuous Touch on Brain Functional Connectivity Is Modified by the Operator’s Tactile Attention
University of Cieti-Pescara, Italy.  Well done research. Alternates between super science-y stuff and well-written descriptions.

Kate’s recent work on Compassionate Touch with the Jesse Lewis Foundation

Suzanne Scurlock-Durana's previous episodes:
Episode 28 - Full Body Presence
Episode 63 - Reclaiming Your Body

Kate Mackinnon's previous episode:
Episode 21 - From My Hands and Heart

 

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