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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: May, 2018
May 23, 2018

Dr. Kate Klemer has been exploring craniosacral therapy for over 30 years as a student, clinician, and teacher. She is an approved teacher by the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy association of North America, and is in private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts. In this interview she tells us about her journey through the work, talks about the realities of clinical practice, and touches on many other interesting topics related to craniosacral therapy. A particular area of focus for this conversation is understanding the biochemical process of methylation and how it relates to clinical work.

Kate's homepage:
http://www.drkateklemer.com

2018 North American Breath of Life Conference:
www.craniosacraltherapy.org/2018-breath-of-life-biennial-conference

May 19, 2018

Margaret Rosenau is an approved teacher for the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America, and has completed trainings in several bodywork modalities including Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Somatic Experiencing®, Pre and Perinatal Psychology, and Polarity Therapy. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sculpture from Wesleyan University and a Master’s Degree in Gerontology from the University of Southern California. Margaret has been seeing individual clients in her own private practice since 1997 and is the current owner of the School of Inner Health in Denver, Colorado. In this interview she tells us about her journey through the work and approach to teaching, along with other related topics.

Main site:
www.schoolofinnerhealth.org

Direct link to her blog:
www.schoolofinnerhealth.org/blog-streampage

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