Skull bones

Posted 12/14/13 by Malcolm Hiort and filed under:


The key cranial bones:
Occiput at the back, Temporal bones on each side, and the central Sphenoid bone at the front of this photo.

These bones move with the Cranial Rhythm, their motion can be palpated by the hands of the therapist, and their soft-tissue attachmemts such as fascia can be assessed and released by the therapist.