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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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Nov 1, 2016

In today's episode Rebekah Crown outlines an approach to shadow work that involves turning your demons into allies. Rebekah brings more than 30 years experience to her craniosacral practice, incorporating bodywork, art, and dance into her understanding of the work. This talk was recorded at the 2016 North American Breath of Life conference.


Injuries took her into body healing and relaxation, leading her to study Massage Therapy with amazing Carol Truman and Margaret Elke, founders of the California Institute of Massage, in 1976. Touched to the core by their work, it sparked a passionate learning and practice she continues to this day.

A pioneer in Quebec, Rebekah Crown taught Massage Therapy trainings and anatomy courses at : Le Centre Éducatif d’Intégration, NHC, l’École de Réflexologie Intégrale and Santé Hito in Montreal. She also facilitated workshops in Breathwork, Body Awareness and Psychotherapy.

She has continued her bodywork training in Polarity and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. After completing the full foundation training in BCST in 2006, she continued to deepen her knowledge with advanced trainings from Franklyn Sills and worked as an assistant in other BCST trainings.

She is an approved teacher of BCST by the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America.

www.craniosacralbiodynamics.ca

 

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