CSIRPE-V 03.27-30.25 VIRTUAL

CSIRPE: CSIR: Palpating and Treating the Pelvis: Anatomy, Palpation, Mapping, and Application of CST to Issues Caused by Inflammation in the Pelvis
CSIRPE-V March 27-30, 2025 Virtual Central Time (Minneapolis)


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The pelvis provides the structural foundation for the entire torso and contains many of the organs of reproduction and elimination. It is one of the areas of the body in which we most commonly find chronic inflammation. In this class, students learn to palpate and treat all the organs and structures of the pelvis.

The course will address craniosacral palpation of related pathologies, as well as strategies for treatment using our process-oriented CST approach. That is, rather than learning how to "fix" such conditions, you will gain insight into how to support the body's own self-corrective mechanisms so that the body itself can heal in those situations. In addition, participants will expand the boundaries of and greatly deepen the subtlety and specificity of their craniosacral palpation skills.

Due to the on-line format in which this class will be taught, all practice sessions will involve palpating and treating yourself, not a partner. This has the advantage of improving your skills at self-treatment and evaluation. The skills you develop doing this self-palpation will be immediately applicable to the treatment of your clients.

YOU WILL BE PROVIDED THE ON-LINE ACCESS INFORMATION 5-6 DAYS PRIOR TO THE COURSE. Please respect the integrity of the work and the program, and the privacy of participants and presenter/s. No still or video screen captures are permitted during this program.

Advance Preparation:
Required Reading: Understanding and Working with the Immune System Trifold Reference Chart, available at and How the Immune System Works by Lauren M. Sompayrac PhD, available at

Also, we have a introductory video from 2020 that is very informative and enjoyable. It is approximately an hour long, and we encourage you to review in advance.

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