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13 minutes | Aug 1, 2016
The Power of Intention
What is the force that provides an opportunity for change? It is intention. The intention put forth when a light touch is applied to the body allows just enough change for our bodies to self regulate. The touch of Craniosacral Therapy, or CST, is so light because it is done with good intention. The therapist is trained to be impartial, non-judgmental, unconditionally present and ego subordinate. Don Ash, founder of the Craniosacral Therapy Alliance in New Hampshire, talks with Charis Rogosky, a CST Therapist, about Masaru Emoto who wrote the book ‘The Hidden Messages In Water’. Emoto studied water and found it can be influenced by intention. By changing intention water appears different which implies water has consciousness. Don discusses how intention provides the environment for the body to change. He says that somatoemotional processing can occur through CST and it is not psychotherapy. It is just witnessing and encouraging the body to change. CST is about making the world a touch better!
16 minutes | Jul 26, 2016
The Origins of Craniosacral Therapy
Don Ash, founder of the Craniosacral Therapy Alliance in New Hampshire, traces the history of Craniosacral Therapy, or CST. and shares the stories of the founders who came before him. The origins of CST can be traced to the discovery of an innate movement in the body. Emanuel Swedenborg, 1688 -1772, wrote the book ‘On Tremulation’. He discusses homeostasis, which is a state of well-being and notes you can access the central nervous system through a light touch to the heels. Andrew Taylor Still who lived from 1828 to 1917 is considered the founder of osteopathy. He was a surgeon. He contended that structure follows function and postulated that the cerebral spinal fluid is the river of life. William Garner Sutherland, 1873 – 1954, is the founder of cranial osteopathy and wrote the book, ‘With thinking Fingers’. He called Cerebral Spinal Fluid the breath of life and said that CST belongs to the world. John Upledger was also a cranio-osteopath and surgeon who lived from 1933 to 2012. Through surgery he discovered the movement of the cranial bones and through research done at Michigan State University developed Craniosacral Therapy as we know it today.
10 minutes | Jul 18, 2016
A Skull Study With Don Ash
Don Ash, founder of the Craniosacral Therapy Alliance in New Hampshire, discusses the movement of the bones of the head with Charise Rogosky. Physical Therapy Curriculum teaches that after the age of 26 the skull bones don’t move. Don says, “In order to understand the developments of CST you must understand the bones do move”. He goes on to explain that cadaver dissection shows the motion of the movement of the skull. Don has studied the dynamics of craniosacral movement and shows clearly the proof of movement using the skeleton of someone who was about 60 years old. He discusses the dynamics of this movement and the reason it is sometimes disputed.
14 minutes | Jul 10, 2016
Helping Your Body Work As Good As It Can
Charies Rogosky discusses Craniosacral Therapy with Don Ash, founder of the Craniosacral Therapy Alliance in New Hampshire. Don explains that there is a gentle movement of the head and spine based on the innate movement of the body. Based on this cranio rhythm the head opens and closes and the spine lengthens and shortens. Cerebrospinal fluid circulates up and down the spine and gives the central nervous system nutrition. Craniosacral Therapy, or CST, is just a light touch that works on the innate movement of the body. This light touch allows a CST therapist to evaluate the rhythm. By very gently stopping the rhythm the body self regulates, letting go of tensions it may be holding. Don says, “CST doesn’t cure anything. It helps your body work as good as it can”. This holistic approach creates an environment for your body to heal itself.
11 minutes | Jun 25, 2016
The Value Of Integrated Medicine.
Charise Rogosky talks about the value of integrated medicine. Craniosacral Therapy helps you use your own inner physician to heal yourself. There is a continued awakening about the power of a symbiotic relationship between CST and conventional medicine .
12 minutes | Jun 17, 2016
The Details Of A Samatoemotional Release Experience - Part Two
Jen, a craniosacral therapist, is back with Charise to describe in detail the intensity of her own samatoemotional release experience. She says the process is ongoing and sacred, leaving one feeling free with a heightened sense of awareness.
11 minutes | Jun 11, 2016
A Craniosacral Therapist Is A Patient First!
Craniosacral therapists are patients first and undergo a series of CST sessions before becoming a therapist. Charise explains energy cysts are localized areas of disorganized energy often left trapped in the body after surgeries, infections, or highly charged emotional or traumatic experiences. Charise talks with Jen about her samatoemotional release experience during a cranio sacral therapy session.
10 minutes | Jun 3, 2016
What Is Samatoemotional Release?
Charise Rogosky says cerebral spinal fluid is the most important fluid in the body which continuously produces and re-absorbs the fluid. This therapy uses a light touch to encourage the body to heal itself. It helps you gain conscious awareness of emotions trapped in your body.
9 minutes | Apr 29, 2016
"You fixed it!"- A testimonial for CST.
CST is non-invasive, inexpensive, relaxing and it works! Listen to Bruce Bond's story. He tried two options to relieve his incredible pain. One was to go to the Emergency Room at a cost of $13,000, the other was CST with a cost of $100. The ER didn’t work, CST did! Bruce tells, Charise Rogosky, “I don’t know what you do or how you do it and it doesn’t matter to me, because you fixed it!"
10 minutes | Apr 22, 2016
Marie-Aline Cadieux - Cerebral spinal fluid is the vital force of life. Part 2
Cerebral spinal fluid is the vital force of life. CST helps a patient feel and understand energies and emotions in the body. Sometimes emotions are trapped in the body. Listen to this story to learn how to release them!
12 minutes | Apr 15, 2016
Using your hands to listen to the body - Meet Marie-Aline Cadieux Part 1 of 2
Using your hands to listen to the body, feeling the bones and cerebral fluid through the body, that is CST. Marie-Aline Cadieux found relief from migraines with this therapy. She says “It’s very subtle, very powerful and there is no pain”. It’s like a massage from the inside out.
14 minutes | Apr 8, 2016
Learn about CST benefits and its related samatoemotional release.
John Upledger was an osteopath and he founded The Upledger Institute to teach people worldwide about the value of the effectiveness of CST. Charise shares some CST benefits and its related samatoemotional release.
12 minutes | Apr 1, 2016
How was Craniosacral Therapy (CST) developed?
How was Craniosacral Therapy (CST) developed. Necessity is the mother of invention. Find out what prompted development of this therapy. It sure beats the use of arsenic!
12 minutes | Mar 28, 2016
How exactly does Craniosacral Therapy work?
How exactly does Craniosacral Therapy work? Find out the benefits and the ways the body responds to the therapy and begins to heal itself. Fascinating work and subject matter!
12 minutes | Mar 14, 2016
Charise Rogosky starts her podcast series about CST
The People Chronicles welcome Charise Rogosky as she starts her podcast story series about CST. Charise explains what CST is and why she became a Craniosacral Therapist.
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