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In Motion: Animated Exploration of the CranioSacral Rhythm - 2nd Edition
This Second Edition of In Motion was created by Upledger Institute Instructor and Certified CranioSacral Therapist, Tad Wanveer LMBT, CST-D. Feeling the body move in synchrony with the craniosacral rhythm is the foundation of Upledger CranioSacral Therapy. The intention of In Motion is to show how the craniosacral system, different body parts, and the body as a whole move in synchrony with the craniosacral rhythm. Movement is the focus of the videos; therefore, text is to a minimum.
Unique opportunity to view what you are feeling!
In Motion is a collection of 95 short animations that are organized into sections showing the craniosacral rhythmic motion of the:
- whole body
- pressurestat and traube-hering-mayer models
- craniosacral system
- dural tube
- venous sinus system
- brain and spinal cord
- transverse diaphragms
- sphenobasilar lesion patterns
- neutral zone.
A handout is included that shows each Section with Time Stamps, so you can easily go to the animation you would like to review.
“A picture is worth a thousand words, a moving image is actually worth ten thousand words.” - Robert Lue, Ph.D.
- Seeing structures move helps one feel the motion within the body.
- Uniquely shows many structures from different viewpoints moving in synchrony with the CranioSacral Rhythm.
- The information is clearly organized into chapters that are easy to follow and simple to navigate.
- A wonderful resource for client education.
"This is a fabulous learning tool for both beginning and advanced practitioners. These delightful animated movies will help you easily learn how to decipher and deeply appreciate the complexities of motion found in the craniosacral system."
“These short animated movies of the craniosacral system in motion are gems that will bring clarity and a sense of fun to client education.”
"These films are invaluable to new and seasoned CranioSacral Therapy (CST) practitioners; they provide the visual feedback that can help us develop greater sensitivity and accuracy in this work. Many CST practitioners are very kinesthetic; the animated visual is incredibly helpful for kinesthetic learners."