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Basic training in craniosacral therapy

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  2. Welcome to the course
  3. Introduction of the initiator, Uwe Baumann
  4. overview and goals
    GK1 - Basics of CranioSacral Therapy
  6. GK1 - Tension Balance & Self-Regulation
    GK2: Diaphragms
  8. GK2: Diaphragm energy, envelope and point of ballance copy
  9. GK2 - Pelvic Meditation
  10. GK2 - Fascia and diaphragms
  11. GK2 - Demo atlanto-occipital region
  12. GK3: Cranium
    GK3: Cranium
  13. GK3 - Craniosacral Rhythm Meditation
  14. GK3 - Demo Os frontale
  15. GK3 - Demo Os parietale, Os temporale
  16. GK3 - Os temporale & CV4
  17. GK4: Skull base and pelvis
    GK4: Skull base and pelvis
  18. GK4 - welcome
  19. GK4 - Meditation attunement to your SSB
  20. GK4 - Demo compensatory dysfunctions
  21. GK4 - Primary Traumatic SSB Dysfunctions
  22. GK4 - Extended diagnostics/evaluation
  23. GK4 - Diagnostics in everyday life
    GK5: Demo Andrea
  25. GK5 - Treatment protocols, diagnostics & anamnesis
  26. GK5 - Quadrant diagnostics
  27. GK5 - 3 parts ANS
  28. GK5 - Uwe's personal experience
  29. GK5 - Trauma Skills 1
  30. GK5 - Trauma Skills 2
  31. GK5 - Demo Simone
  32. GK5 - Demo Simone 2nd part
  33. GK5 - Demo Simone 3 part
  34. GK5 - Demo Simone Part 4
  35. GK5 - Demo Julia
  36. GK5 - Demo Julia 2nd part
  37. GK5 - Demo Silvia
  38. GK5 - Demo Silvia 2nd part
  39. GK6: Graduation
    GK6: Graduation
  40. The basics
    The basics
  41. GK1 - Basics of CranioSacral Therapy
  42. GK2: Diaphragms
  43. GK3: Cranium
  44. GK4: Skull base and pelvis
  45. GK5: Viscerocranium
  46. GK6: Graduation
  47. From theory to practice
    From theory to practice
  48. First steps
  49. Mindset
  50. TIPS AND BEST pratices
    Practical examples
Lesson 14 of 50
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GK3 – Demo Os frontale

Wilhelm August 18, 2022

Unfortunately, the sound was no longer usable due to a defective microphone cable.

That’s why I re-did the whole description – as a VoiceOver – over it. If you don’t use the same yardstick as dubbing a blockbuster production, it’s quite serviceable.

Especially because the principle of the indirect technique and the distinction between bony and membranous restrictions are well explained in this video.

May it be helpful in your understanding of the craniosacral approach.


00:00 Position recommendation and fulcrum

01:50 That would be disrespect for the client

02:50 Initiate deep relaxation organically, that’s how it works

03:00 Preparations for work on the cranium:
Check atlas occiput, are the condyles free?
because when….

04:15 Hand position and technique for A/O

04:40 (possibly stacking) voltage balance

05:00 Head cradle, holding your head in a cradle
To evaluate the movement dynamics

07:00 Hand position to release the frontalis
Interaction of bony and membranous dynamics
do the butterfly

09:25 Approach after accidents, birth trauma, etc.
indirect technique

11:30 how the potency generates and how we support it

12:00 Cranium techniques usually in 2 steps:
first loosen the bony restrictions, then the dura comes on until the frontalis floats on its water bed
very important technology, especially for our solution-focused society
only works if your posture is optimal

15:30 Reset: Smooth transition to still point

16:00 Helpful images for the frontalis lift

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