Cranial and Somatic  
Fascia Release
  


There are many pulses that are important to the thorough body worker. We are generally aware of the cardiac pulse and its functions. We think less often of the respiratory pulse and its effects on the body.

This seminar studies a third pulse — the cranial-sacral pulse. Since the cranial-sacral pulse actually moves the entire body in an orderly rhythm six to ten times a minute, its importance to overall well-being can hardly be overstated.

Dysfunction of the cranial-sacral pulse can cause or exacerbate numerous musculoskeletal problems. Just as important is the fact that musculo-skeletal problems, by affecting the cranial-sacral pulse, can cause disruptions in other body systems regulated by or related to the cranial-sacral pulse.

"Earle is one of the best instructors I have ever had in my long... educational exposure. He is interesting, puts together a well thought out program which is documented by hand-outs, visual aids, and personal demonstrations. The hands on portion of his seminars puts particular importance on the personal approach with heavy emphasis upon view and review."

—C. T., Columbus, OH
 
 
What are Cranial and Sacral Fascial Releases?
The cranial-sacral pulse is transmitted throughout the body via fluid pressures and tension on fascial planes and connections. This seminar will include learning ways of facilitating this pulse by freeing fascial planes and by easing fascial restrictions of the movements of the cranial bones. It is the purpose of this seminar to introduce and practice a therapeutic protocol that will help you accomplish your clinical objectives.

 
Registering for   
Cranial and Somatic   
Fascial Release   
To register for any of the classes detailed below: Go to the online registration form for tuition and prerequisite information, choose the seminar you wish to attend, and enter your contact information into the online form. You can mail a check or money order or make an online payment with your VISA or MasterCard.



November, 2013: Mount Vernon, Ohio

Dates: November 1, 2, & 3. Friday from 7:30pm to 9:30pm; Saturday from 9:00am to 5:00pm; Sunday from 9:00am to 4:00pm

Earlybird fee deadline: October 1.

Local Coordinator: >Coordinator, KCCC School of Massage Therapy: Diane Fisher Phone: 740-393-2933. Fax: 740-397-1659. Email dfisher1@knoxcc.org

Location: School of Massage Therapy at Knox County Career Center, 308 Martinsburg RD, Mount Vernon, OH 43050.

Directions: The KCCC school of massage therapy is in the Adult Education building in the rear of the campus>

Lodging: Mount Vernon Inn B&B. We have a special rate of $75.00. Space is limited. Call 740-392-9881.




 
Registering for   
Cranial and Somatic   
Fascial Release   
To register for any of the classes detailed above: Go to the online registration form for tuition and prerequisite information, choose the seminar you wish to attend, and enter your contact information into the online form. You can mail a check or money order or make an online payment with your VISA or MasterCard.