Craniosacral Therapy: Brain Balancing Workshop
Dr Christensen shares her brain balancing techniques developed over the last 10 years of clinical experience. Explore the anatomy of key brain structures, location, palpation, motility, and connection.
- Clinically, brain balancing techniques have been successful at enhancing memory and retention, learning issues (dyslexia, dyspraxia), speech delay or stutters, balancing the body’s stress response, resetting the brain’s weight set point for weight loss support, emotional and mental balance and to address issues with brain speed and processing between the different lobes of the brain.
- Learn techniques to balance the pituitary and hypothalamus to help with hormone regulation throughout the body.
- A special portion of the class will be dedicated to discussing brain work in particular for brain trauma: stroke, concussion, head injury, and others.
Date: Currently Postponed until Fall 2019
Location: San Diego, CA
Prerequisites: CST II. Advanced techniques and CST III are highly recommended but not required.
Refunds will be available minus a $100 admin fee before May 25th. No refunds will be given if you cancel after May 25th. If you get sick the day of the class please contact Dr Faith directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Faith Christensen graduated from Bastyr University in 2001 and has practiced in Seattle, Chicago, Central Utah before settling in Colorado Springs. She began teaching Craniosacral Therapy in 2000 with Integrated Bodywork Institute, as an adjunct faculty at Bastyr University, and through Vita Vis. Dr. Christensen has studied with Alain Gehin, DO, Nancy Soliven, MD, DC, Nancy Patterson, ND, LM, Upledger Institute, Alain Gehin, DO and Claudia Kohn, DO. She has published six manuals for various Craniosacral classes, gemstone therapy, Surviving Cold and Flu Season Naturally, Honoring The Wisdom In Nature: Messages From The Plant Kingdom and lectures across the country on health and bodywork.
Dr Christensen enjoys spending her time outside the office playing with her two children, hiking, gardening, painting (acrylic and watercolor), dancing, cooking, and appreciating all that the Colorado Springs area has to offer.