CLB VIRTUAL November 7, 2020

CLB: Cranial Lymphatic Balancing Introduction
CLB VIRTUAL November 7, 2020 Eastern Time (Miami)


CLB-Supraclavicular nodal sitting

For tissues to maintain health and homeostasis, they must receive unobstructed vascular, nervous, and energy inflow. However, to maintain balance, tissues must also have an unobstructed outflow. This concept is based on the understanding of an important principle of osteopathic treatment, 'Drainage Precedes Supply'.

Specifically applied to the craniosacral system, this means that the craniosacral tissues need a healthy inflow of oxygenated and nutrient rich blood for cellular homeostasis and repair. However, for tissues to receive this healthy circulatory inflow, there must first be a properly functioning lymphatic outflow. In the brain, this is achieved through the direct venous system and through the glymphatic and perineural pathways that lead to the lymphatic system. If these drainage pathways stagnate due to injury, restriction, or infection, the craniosacral system can become congested and the ability to receive healthy blood is compromised. This leads to an accumulation of cellular waste in the tissues causing pain, tension, edema, and impaired cognitive function. To prevent damage and promote healing, this accumulated waste and edema must be promptly removed.

Cranial Lymphatic Balancing (CLB) is an effective manual therapy treatment that combines CST with LB to relieve congestion and remove accumulated waste in the craniosacral system to decrease pain, restore full function, promote tissue healing, and allow for optimal health and homeostasis.

In this three-hour virtual presentation, course content will include the Principles of CLB, dorsal cavity lymphatic anatomy/physiology, a CLB Evaluation, and CLB Treatment Application.

This course will be recorded. You will have the ability to access this recording for approximately 1 year.

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