ESE4 08.19-22.20 IRO

ESE4: CranioSacral Therapy: EcoSomatics Equine 4
ESE4 August 19-22, 2020 Indian River, Ontario, Canada



This class provides an opportunity for Equine Professionals and/or CranioSacral Therapists to continue to explore and expand their equine CST skills and interspecies communications.

Course material is more in depth, and techniques learned in ESE1, ESE2, ESE3 are reviewed, expanded upon, and augmented by techniques to include a deeper look at the equine nervous system - central, peripheral, autonomic (sympathetic & parasympathic) and the stabilizing and rebalancing effect of Equine CST.

Course syllabus includes: central nervous system (CNS), autonomic nervous system (ANS): sympathetic nervous system (SNS) aka flight, fight, or freeze, parasympathetic nervous system (PSNS) aka rest and digest, and peripheral nervous system; gaining an understanding of how CranioSacral Therapy impacts the nervous system as well as accessing the nervous system via the CranioSacral system: fascia, myofascial connections, cranial vault, intracranial membrane system, vagosympathetic trunk; and working with emotionally and physically traumatized horse.

Advance Preparation:
Recommend continued equine treatment sessions to gain experience using techniques learned and sensitivity in palpation and skills + recommend receiving continued CST sessions on self.

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