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Information about the Cranio 1 course

The craniosacral system in the body is enclosed in a tough waterproof membrane (dura mater) that surrounds the brain and spinal cord.

In this membrane envelope is the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that surrounds our brain and spinal cord.

An important function of the craniosacral system is the production, circulation, and reabsorption of cerebrospinal fluid.

The CSF is the physiological environment in which our brain and spinal cord develop and live.

The process of production and reabsorption of CSF within the dura mater creates rhythmic pressure fluctuations. The craniosacral system expands and contracts in a regular rhythm.

In case of dysfunction in this system, it can lead to malfunction, weakness or disease of the CNS, which can affect the physiology of the whole body and the mental structure.

Capturing, perceiving and evaluating this rhythm is an essential part of this course.

Techniques are taught to palpate and - if necessary - mobilize the interaction of the bone parts and the membranes of the body.

This is the core of craniosacral therapy.

Course content cranio 1:

  • Introduction to the anatomy of the skull and the membrane system
  • Perception of the CSR in different parts of the body
  • Palpation exercises
  • The 10 steps method according to Upledger
  • Parallels to IDT

Date cranio 1:

May 9 - 10, 2020 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Maximum number of participants: 6 people

Costs: 600 Euro (incl. 2 practice evenings/afternoons under supervision)

Course 1 allows working with the 10-point program and is an optimal complement for Isogai therapists, which is why this course is also advertised as a postgraduate course. It is of course open to anyone who is interested.


Sandra Sämmer, HP, Isogai® therapist and osteopath

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