- History of CranioSacral Therapy
- History of CST for Conception, Pregnancy and Birth
- What is Birth Psychology
- An Understanding of Boundaries and Neutrality
- Pre and Perinatal Concepts
- Craniosacral Anatomy
- Palpating the Craniosacral Rhythm
- Learn About a Stillpoint and Its Power as a CST Tool
- Don’t Forget about Dad
- CST-Direction of Energy
- Baby’s Journey
- Questions and Answers
The craniosacral system (CSS) has a slow, gentle rhythm that resonates throughout the entire body. Unique from other systems of the body, the CSS actually slows down and enters into a sense of timelessness, which practitioners refer to as stillpoint. Regular CranioSacral Therapy can help maintain health, and well being and encourage the body’s own innate ability to heal.
CranioSacral Therapy assists the pregnant woman by releasing restrictions in the body and pelvis to co-create an optimal birthing experience. CranioSacral Therapy is also a wonderful and gentle bodywork modality for infants, babies and children.
Carol McLellan CST-D® has a 35-year background in holistic health education and bodywork – over 30 of which have focused on CranioSacral Therapy. She is a CranioSacral Therapy Instructor for The Upledger Institute International, teaching nationally and internationally in many countries. Carol was invited by Dr. Upledger to develop the curriculum for CranioSacral Therapy for Conscious Conception, Pregnancy and Birth, of which she is Ombudsman. She is also co-ombudsman for CranioSacral Therapy for Pediatrics. She has helped facilitate the BioAquatic Discoveries for Pediatrics in the Bahamas and Turkey. She is on the Curriculum Oversight Committee for Upledger International and has trained many instructors.