Cranio-Sacral Therapy

with Christopher Fritel

April 14-17, 2016DSC_0041

Thursday: 6:30pm-9:30pm

Fri & Sat: 9:00am-5:30pm

Sunday: 9:00am-5:00pm


25 CE’s

*Online Registration Closed – Walk Ins Only*

**10% discount for TLC students/grads**

Items to bring/wear for this workshop include:

  • Notetaking supplies
  • 1 Blanket
  • 1 set of sheets for each day
  • Please wear comfy clothing for movement as well as appropriate underwear (as indicated above)
  • Towel or pillow for clients head
  • A light sweater or jacket is recommended as temperatures in meeting areas are sometimes difficult to control

*If you are interested in taking the Cranio-Sacral Workshop you may also want to attend the Cranio-Sacral Review Day with Christopher Fritel on Sunday, May 15 from 9am to 4pm.  More Info

Cranio-Sacral therapy is unique in its ability to assess and treat restrictions not expressly addressed by other manual therapies. For the receiver, it offers a gentle and non-invasive method to support overall wellness through the normalization of subtle skeletal articulations. Cranio-Sacral therapy initially requires patience and perseverance for you to perceive and persuade the craniosacral rhythm. Eventually diligent practice combined with a growing proprioceptive awareness will reward you with a modality that is effective for your light-touch clients and supportive of you as a practitioner.

This beginner’s workshop for Cranio-Sacral Therapy will teach you the basics of working with the craniosacral system. You will learn to “listen” to the ebb and flow of the craniosacral fluid and very subtle and seemingly mysterious movements of bones throughout the body will be revealed to you.

Having completed this workshop, participants will be able to perform a basic Cranio-Sacral routine.DSC_0012

Specifically, participants will learn how to:

  • Assess the craniosacral rhythm throughout the body
  • Induce a still point
  • Assess and treat the transverse diaphragms that can restrict craniosacral rhythm
  • Release compression in the sacral and occipital joints
  • Mobilize the dural tube
  • Evaluate and treat the intracranial membranes

11.01.FacultyHeadshotChristopherChristopher 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 has practiced Cranio-sacral Therapy for nine years, both in its pure form and interweaving it with other modalities as needed, including orthopedic massage and Zero Balancing.  Christopher is an extremely thorough and clear teacher, who will help you comprehend the unique anatomy of the cranio-sacral system and have detailed clarity regarding the basic cranio-sacral techniques.