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ESE1 09.19-22.19 IRO

ESE1: CranioSacral Therapy: EcoSomatics Equine 1
ESE1 September 19-22, 2019 Indian River, Ontario, Canada

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Course content includes introduction to equine anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics, as well as craniosacral techniques for horses. Theory and practical application is included. Participants receive lectures in the mornings, with afternoon practice sessions entirely on horses. 

Course syllabus includes: Introduction to CST, CranioSacral Rhythm, Listening Stations, Tissue Release, Fascia/Connective Tissue, Fascial Diaphragms and techniques, Cranial Vault anatomy and techniques, Intracranial Membrane System and Spinal Membrane System, Dural Tube, Musculoskeletal System, Scapula, Sacrosciatic Ligament, Equine Behavior, Energy and Awareness, Safety around Horses, and more.
 

Description:
This class provides an opportunity for participants to develop and expand their non-verbal dialoguing skills through the exploration of inter-species communication. Therapists learn to listen with their hands, their hearts, and their inner wisdom.

Course content includes introduction to equine anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics, as well as craniosacral techniques for horses. Theory and practical application is included. Participants receive lectures in the mornings, with afternoon practice sessions entirely on horses.

Course syllabus includes: Introduction to CST, CranioSacral Rhythm, Listening Stations, Tissue Release, Fascia/Connective Tissue, Fascial Diaphragms and techniques, Cranial Vault anatomy and techniques, Intracranial Membrane System and Spinal Membrane System, Dural Tube, Musculoskeletal System, Scapula, Sacrosciatic Ligament, Equine Behavior, Energy and Awareness, Safety around Horses, and more.

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