CranioStructural Unwinding: Spine, Sacrum & Pelvis (18 CE's)

Presenter: Avi K Aberman
Dates: 09/14/2012
Location:Educating Hands School of Massage
Address: 3883 Biscayne Blvd |Miami | FL | F2F

CranioStructural Unwinding: Spine, Sacrum & Pelvis "The spine is not a system of stacked blocks, each resting on the blocks below (column model), but a highly organized network of tension and compression elements that float independently of gravity." CranioStructural Unwinding applies the principles of Craniosacral Therapy (CST) to problems caused by strains and injuries. The workshop gives special attention to the sacrum ('sacred' bone) and the low back, however it includes techniques for the upper back, shoulders, neck and cranium. The workshop presents a new way of working with energy, myofascia and structure that offers a clear system for resolving many difficult problems. September 14, 15 & 16, 2012 Cranial-Structural Unwinding: Spine, Sacrum & Pelvis (18 CE hours) Instructors: Avi K Aberman, RPP, LMT Hours: 3:00pm - 8:00pm Fri., Sat. & Sun. 10:00am - 5:30pm $325 (2 weeks prior to the class) $375 thereafter (Min. Dep $100) Subjects covered in this workshop: Principles and core skills. Sacral evaluation: postural, functional & energetic. Unwinding protocols for the sacrum, sacro-iliac joints, pelvic floor, low back, respiratory diaphragm, thoracic outlet, sub-occipital triad and cranial base. Centering the potency of cerebrospinal fluid. Working with breath, attention and intention No prerequisite for this course FRIDAY NIGHT SESSION IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM 3:00pm - 5:30pm. Find out about a radically new paradigm for bodywork and healing and preview a brand new training in Craniosacral, CranioStructural & BioTensegrity Therapy. You will have an opportunity to register for the full weekend workshop. For more information visit

Method of Delivery: F2F
Number of Continuing Education Hours: 18.00
Cost: $300.00
Sponsor: Educating Hands School of Massage
Contact Phone: 305.285.6991 Ext 103
CE Provider Approval: Yes