Workshops

 

Patient Demonstration Opportunity:

Demonstration appointments fill quickly. To inquire about availability, contact IAHE at 561.622.4334 or complete an application as listed below. Appointments are typically an hour, and up to 3 appointments may be available, on days 3 and/or 4 of the class.

Application for CCPB Demonstration Appointment

Application for CSP Demonstration Appointment

Application for VAP Demonstration Appointment

 


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CSLRAP 10.01-04.20 HAL
 
Using the basic techniques of CST and advanced dialogue and imaging, students will gain an appreciation of how the craniosacral rhythm and other system indicators inform us about chronological and biological age-and how to use this information to maintain and support a high quality of life over an extended period of time.

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CSP2 04.08-11.21 POR
 
This workshop expands upon the special issues that surround the applications of CranioSacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release as they pertain to newborns, infants and children.

 

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VAP 10.14-17.21 TORThis class is currently waitlisted. You are encouraged to register so that you will be placed on the waiting list, in the order registrations were received. Feel free to call us at 561.622.4334 or 800.233.5880. Once waitlisted, we will contact you when a space becomes available.
 
 Course Highlights:
  • Learn how early therapy on newborns and infants can possibly reduce the percentage of problems later in life.
  • Explore embryology and the developmental landmarks (normal and abnormal) that occur month by month during and after gestation.
  • Discover how to evaluate a baby or child.
  • Learn general treatment ideas, such as how to work with babies, toddlers, and children, as well as working with those who are tactilely sensitive.
  • Understand the signs of trauma, as well as evaluation and treatment techniques.
  • Integrate specific treatment techniques for common visceral restrictions found in children, as well as Barral's approach to cranial techniques.
  • Learn about Visceral Manipulation precautions and contraindications when working with children.
  • Explore special considerations, e.g. typical surgeries, prematurity, children with neuromotor problems and craniosynostosis.
  • Practice working with infants and children in a supervised environment.