- ISBN: 9781848190986
- 2012, 464 pages
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The foundation text by Thomas Attlee integrates the wide spectrum of approaches to Cranio-Sacral Therapy, providing the reader with a broad understanding of the discipline. The author covers fundamental theory as well as practical skills and techniques, and provides instructions for treatments which are clearly explained in case histories and illustrations.
This foundation volume presents a unique integration of the wide spectrum of approaches to Cranio-Sacral Therapy, providing practitioners and students with a broad and authoritative understanding of the discipline. The author covers the fundamentals of theory as well as the practical skills and techniques needed to carry out Cranio-Sacral work, and the book also includes detailed instructions for treatments, all of which are clearly explained in extensive case histories, photographs and illustrations.
Based upon the syllabus of the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy in London, UK, this is an unparalleled resource for practitioners of Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Cranial Osteopathy, and an essential reference for students.
This foundation volume presents a unique integration of the wide spectrum of approaches to cranio-sacral therapy, providing practitioners and students with broad understanding of the discipline.
— International Therapist
A fascinating insight into Cranio-sacral work. This foundation text, written in an easy to read format for those training in Cranio-sacral Therapy, would also be beneficial for the Therapist who is not training in this discipline as it will give new and fresh meaning to ‘reading the body through the hands’.
— The SEED Institute Newsletter
This book fills the gap in CST texts – a clear comprehensive introduction to the work.
— Fulcrum Journal of the Craniosacral Therapy Association.
Thomas Attlee D.O., R.C.S.T.
is the founder and principal of the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy in Primrose Hill, London, the first, the largest and the most established college of its kind in Europe. He graduated from the European School of Osteopathy, and taught Anatomy and Physiology at the International College of Oriental Medicine for seven years, and has a broad experience of many different therapies, meditation techniques and psycho-therapeutic approaches, all of which inform his teaching and writing. He has been teaching internationally and practicing Cranio-Sacral Therapy for over twenty-five years.