Cranial and craniosacral techniques have a rich history of development. Persistent skepticism and opposition during their development have had an impact. As a result, several major and some less prevalent approaches to craniosacral have evolved. Each has its own loyal practitioners. And, many of them claim that their particular approach to craniosacral is the most real, most effective, and most appropriate.
I am not one of those who embrace only one technique. At the end of the day, I appreciate and employ several different approaches. There are different reasons why. But, within any given session, the combination I use will depend on the case and interests of the particular client. Don’t get me wrong. I have one method that is my most reliable tool. It blends well with bodywork and other techniques. But, I readily employ the other approaches when those are the better tool for the job at hand.
At the end of each post that describes a craniosacral model, I write about my experience with that model and some instances where I employ it.
This collection contains posts that are primarily about craniosacral concepts, techniques and cases.