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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 36 of 50
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GK5 – Demo Julia 2nd part

Wilhelm August 18, 2022

00:00 Position of the therapist and client during intraoral work
in this case: vomer
How to find the vomer
01:00 Cranial hand on the Allae majores, monitoring the flexion movement
Translation left and right
Torsion movement right and left
02:00 Go straight from the test to the correction
03:00 and back to neutral
Ask a farmer if it makes a difference if the plow is optimal
aligned or not…
The vomer has a completely different dynamic (hopefully) and it needs it
probably some client experience to gauge which ones
meaning it has when the vomer (ploughshare leg), its place between
the two halves of the maxilla and has found its alignment again.

Hugh Milne, in Listening from the Center of the Heart, describes the
Importance of the vomer as a connection between the “throat soul” and the soul of the
Inner eye, i.e. for the functioning of the inner eye of
of extraordinary importance. Also note the governor’s vessel: If you
place the tip of the tongue on the palate/vomer to encourage the flow of energy over the
To make vomer and sphenoid to 3rd eye.
The mind suitably restrained becomes like a sword, The vomer is part of
04:00 we need the contact to the sphenoid to stabilize it
or maybe to direct the vomer energy towards the 3rd eye?
04:30 Ringing the Ethmoid bell
05:30 Therapist’s position, cranial thumb on ethmoid (crystal palace) at
ring the bell in the flexion phase
What does the Crystal Palace need to shine?
I what phase of the rhythm do I release the contact?
and why?
10:00 a.m. Feedback from the client: Reaction towards TMG
good if you have planned some time,
to readjust
11:36 Approaching the TMG (temporo mandibular joint)

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