May 22 – 26, 2013
Attention Adults & Children
You are invited to participate in a Multi hands CranioSacral Therapy (aka multi hands CST) – 2 Days May 22 and 23. You may book half day or full day sessions or book 2 full day sessions as you wish.
You are also invited to participate in the Paediatrics CranioSacral Comprehensive Therapy Programme which will be held for 3 Days from May 24-26, 2013.
Children newborn to 16 years are welcome to multi hands Paeds CTP. Parents will also be included in treatments as part of the family dynamic.
CranioSacral Therapy is the modality for this programme, inclusive of Aquatics, Equine and Sensory Integration Experience, in addition to plinth based sessions, appropriate to the client. The family dynamic is central to the Paeds CTP.
This is an opportunity to take time out, in a supportive programme, to address what may be stopping the potential for health. CTPs have taken place on more than 60 occasions to date, courtesy of Integrative Intentions (Kat and Chas Perry) and is supported by an experienced team of CranioSacral Therapists, globally.
The choice of the above therapy options can be discussed by contacting Anne Cronin Email email@example.com or Mobile: 087 22 55831
Attention all Craniosacral Therapists
You are invited to participate in a Multi hands CranioSacral Therapy (aka multi hands CST) – 2 Days May 22 and 23 and the Paediatrics Craniosacral Comprehensive Therapy Programme from 24-26 May (5 days in total).
Primary (ADVI and Paeds) and Support (SERI/SERII and Paeds) CranioSacral therapists are welcome and are requested to attend for the entire programme, in the interest of continuity for clients and the therapist team.
ALL THERAPISTS WHO WANT TO PARTICIPATE AS SUPPORT THERAPISTS ARE REQUESTED TO REGISTER YOUR NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS with Anne by March 13 2013.
Facilitator of Programme and Co-ordinator of Therapist Team, courtesy of Integrative Intentions: Sandi J. Howlett, D.C. (Equine), CST-D www.integrativeintentions.com.
Co-ordinator of Event and Financial Administrator: Anne Cronin, BSc., CST-D (contact for further Event and Programme details).