with Christopher Fritel
Sunday, May 15
9am to 4pm
Cranio-Sacral Review Day is an opportunity to refresh and explore your cranio-sacral practice. This course is being offered to support those who attended the 25 hour Cranio-Sacral Therapy workshop in April, but all other students and practioners of cranio-sacral are welcome. As a group we will prioritize the topics to be reviewed and work in small groups to improve our cranio-sacral understanding and abilities.
- Assess the cranio-sacral rhythm throughout the body
- Induce a still point
- Assess and treat the transverse diaphragms
- Release compression in the sacral and occipital joints
- Mobilize the dural tube
- Evaluate and treat the intracranial membranes
Christopher Fritel completed his massage training at TLC in 2001 and since has dedicated himself to the sharing the message of massage with numerous Lauterstein Conway students and in his private practice. He previously attended the Natural Gourmet Cookery School in New York City, worked in Mali West Africa with the Peace Corps, and hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2006. He prefers to practice Craniosacral Therapy, but enjoyed his training in Zero Balancing 1 and 2.