Craniosacral Biodynamics: The primal midline and the organization of the body

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North Atlantic Books, Dec 10, 2003 - Medical - 432 pages
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In this book, Franklyn Sills extends the concepts and skills covered in his first volume to the specific structural membrane and tissue dynamics of the human form, demonstrating the connection between craniosacral therapy and osteopathic healing. Volume Two shows students and practitioners how to relate to the major tissue structures within a wide perceptual field and a craniosacral biodynamic orientation. A thorough survey of the major body areas, including motility, structure, and anatomical relationships, offers practical applications throughout the book.

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Franklyn Sills is co-director of the Karuna Institute, a respected post-graduated Institute for Craniosacral Biodynamics and Core Process Psychotherapy. Throughout his career, he has been in the forefront of pioneering a biodynamic approach to work within the cranial field. His training includes medical research, Osteopathic work, and an in depth study of the work of Dr. Randolph Stone. His main focus has been within the context of craniosacral teaching and clinical practice. He is the author of the award-winning book The Polarity Process.

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