CTTB2: CranioSacral Therapy Touching The Brain 2: Stimulating Self-Correction Through The Glial Interface
CTTB2 February 15-18, 2024 Detroit, Michigan
Glial cells are major regulators of nervous system development, structure and function. They are involved in all aspects of nervous system health and pathology. The craniosacral system connects directly to the glial cell matrix of the brain and spinal cord. This connection is a powerful route by which you can use CranioSacral Therapy glial technique to improve nervous system structure, function, healing and health.
In this course you will build on the information from CTTB1 and investigate glial cell types and function, encourage healing of nervous system disorders, stimulate optimal nervous system health by using CST glial techniques and enhance, enrich and refine your CST palpation and treatment skills.
~Eyes, retinal glia, optic tract
~Schwann cells, myelin sheath, axon pathways, neuromuscular junction
~Sensory system satellite glia (trigeminal ganglia, dorsal root ganglia), peripheral to central inflammatory cascade
~Autonomic Nervous System satellite glia (sympathetic, parasympathetic and enteric divisions), monitoring the stress response
~Gut-Endothelial barrier, Gut-Vascular barrier, Hepatic Portal System
~The peripheral and central extracellular matrix as a medium to address global and local patterns of health and distress.
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