COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY TRAINING
Yes you are welcome to attend just one or two modules. If you are a therapist with a hands-on therapy you can start to use the techniques learned in CST 1 and CST 2 in your practice.
You cannot call yourself a craniosacral therapist or charge your patients for the treatment.
As a member of the IACST you will be required to achieve CPD points. We provide a variety of ways of achieving these points.
You can attend one of our postgraduate workshops, which vary in length from one to four days. Through recommendation from an Instructor or another TA you can be invited as a teaching assistant (TA) at a study group or workshop.
If you would like to attend a workshop and are not a CranioSacral Therapist please contact us directly as it may be possible for you to audit a workshop. Admission to the workshop will depend of your past experience and does not provide you with a license to practice as a craniosacral therapist.
You will get a letter of attendance for your presence on the course, and this is usually acceptable as proof for CPD reasons.
We do not, though we offer a payment plan on our 2 year training course over 20 months. You can pay for the training by making monthly installments. Please call us if you would like to discuss this.
Grants have been available through FAS and the Department of Social and Family Affairs. Contact your local office as you may be eligible.
You are welcome to contact our office if you need help with it.
Courses are generally four or five days long and usually run from 9am – 5 or 6pm each day, ending at about 3:30 pm on the last day of class. There are occasionally exceptions to this, which we would let you know in advance.
Many courses fill up well in advance of the start date. We recommend that you register as early as possible (min 2 months)to ensure your space in a class. A deposit will secure your place.
No. There is a retake fee of half the workshop price for most of the courses, but there is no reduced rate for the Advanced classes due to their small size and intensive nature.
In some cases yes, though in most cases they do not. Many classes were originally designed by Dr John Upledger, and are now updated and moderated by senior instructors.
The Upledger Institute maintains a rigorous teacher certification programme to ensure the material and presentation are consistent and of the highest quality.
All of our instructors have gone through extensive apprenticeship programmes before being certified to teach.
No. The content remains the same wherever you do the course, therefore you can take any level in a different location, as long as you have completed the required pre-requisite courses.
As indicated above, all of the instructors go through rigorous training and are kept updated with any changes to the content or structure of the course, so while different instructors have different styles and strengths, the core content will be the same.
You can buy either online or at the workshops. We sell books, posters and stillpoint inducers.