CHART - This trifold reference chart includes "menus" or dialoguing as used in the UMAC seminars. The menus help direct the practitioner on how to proceed through their dialoguing. The chart is grouped in a hierarchy. Once a practitioner has worked through the first menu, and the patient is still not finished (according to the craniosacral rhythm), then the practitioner would continue working through the sub-menus.
BOOK - When you sought help for your mental or emotional problems, did your doctor or therapist ask about your gut health? Or when you sought help for your gut problems, did you doctor or therapist ask about your emotional or mental journey through life? In the past, there was not much attention paid to the connection between our gut health and emotional health. Current research is showing us an ever closer and more intimate relationship between the two. This book shares those insights and demonstrates why recovery in one area depends on recovery in the other and offers practical strategies from Nikki’s research, personal journey, and twenty five years of professional practice.
BOOK - Respectful Collaboration; Ten Clients, a Physician, and a CranioSacral Therapist—Inspired Healings is a thought-provoking book that shares the success of complementary treatments being used within the established healthcare system to help people with various disorders and diseases. It is a testimony to the power of an integrative treatment approach.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- Craniosacral Therapy is the most practical, comprehensive textbook in this rapidly growing field of therapy involving the cranial bones, meningeal membranes, cerebrospinal fluids, and whole-body connective tissues.
EBOOK-for your computer or digital device- The first chapter looks at the cranial nerves and how they can be effectively influenced by craniosacral therapy. In the second chapter, the author, through words and pictures, dissects the fascial anatomy of the neck from the perspective of the craniosacral system. Chapter 3 scrutinizes the temporomandibular joint and TMJ syndrome. The final chapter focuses on those concepts and discoveries which have unfolded in Dr. Upledger's clinical practice since the publication of his first book.